Microsoft announced the new smaller, slimmer Xbox console named as Xbox One S during its E3 2016 press conference.
There was a lot of confusion whether the new console will run games with better performance or resolution. Xbox head Phil Spencer announced that the players won’t see any difference in terms of performance if compared with the current Xbox One. And now Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra on his twitter confirmed that the Xbox One S will indeed upscale all the games on ultra HD 4K resolution.
While replying to one of the followers who asked whether the new Xbox One S will upscale games at 4K resolution, he said ‘Yes‘. Then he was asked that will it upscale some supported games or every game, for which he replied, ‘All‘. So those gamers who are planning to get the new console should make sure that they have 4K supported TV in order to enjoy the games up-scaled at 4K output.
The Xbox One S is powered by new SoC designed by AMD, giving some boost to the GPU and CPU of hardware as compared with the current standard console. It should be noted that this is the same technology which is used by Sony for making its high-end 4K capable PlayStation 4 Neo.
It is 40% Slimmer and Smaller in size, comprises 2TB of hard drive, enables support for HDR and is priced around $299. Stay tuned for more updates!