Xbox 360 games on a SDTV to HDTV = Xbone games in 1080p to 4k?

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User Info: NakedSnake1986

NakedSnake1986
4 months ago#1
Is there that big of a jump playing Xbox one X enhanced games in native 4k like there was playing 360 game from a sdtv to a 720p HDTV?
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User Info: LordTrevelyan

LordTrevelyan
4 months ago#2
Look at Ac origins on the X then go look at it on a ps4 pro, it’s like night and day.

It’s like eating a gourmet meal everyday by a world renowned chef then one day you have a meal made by a amateur chef who only became a chef because he choose liberal arts as a major.

So yeah it’s pretty noticeable....
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User Info: LanternOfAsh

LanternOfAsh
4 months ago#3
NakedSnake1986 posted...
Is there that big of a jump playing Xbox one X enhanced games in native 4k like there was playing 360 game from a sdtv to a 720p HDTV?

I mean, the jump is multiple times what that was resolution wise. And these TVs are just much better in general, much more colorful and vibrant. It’s a much bigger jump in all aspects.
u avin a giggle there m8?

User Info: balaysked

balaysked
4 months ago#4
I don't think it's THAT big of a jump. Yes, it does look better. But from SD to HD was a much bigger jump IMO.
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