A little more than two months before the official release, Microsoft confirmed another feature of the Xbox One X. According to this, gameplay videos can be recorded in 4K and 60FPS – the support of HDR, incidentally, included.
In the course of this year’s Gamescom, the responsible persons of Microsoft had hardly an opportunity to put the focus on this year’s E3 revealed Xbox One X in the center.
In spite of all, apparently one or the other question remained open with regard to the features. For example, a user has been tracking how far the recording of their own gameplay videos will benefit from the technical capabilities of the Xbox One X. A question about Mike Ybarra, the corporate vice president at Microsoft for Xbox and Windows, was available via Twitter.
Xbox One X: Own gameplay videos can be recorded in 4K and 60FPS
As Ybarra confirmed, the gameplay videos on the Xbox One can be recorded as originally planned in the native 4K resolution and with liquid 60 frames the second. In addition, Ybarra promises that the HDR technology is supported.
When asked how the Xbox One X will support this feature, Ybarra says that it will be the launch of the game. The Xbox One will be available from 7th November at the price of 499 US Dollar or Euro.
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) August 28, 2017