Xbox One X Could Be Getting Bundles With Certain TV's

Geronimo Vena
Luglio 31, 2017

Tripwire Interactive recently announced that Killing Floor 2, a cooperative first-person shooter wherein players need to survive against hordes of zombie-like creatures named Zeds, is finally coming to the Xbox One on August 29.

Killing Floor 2 runs at native 1800p, fixed resolution (no checkerboarding) on Xbox One X. We did experiment with true 4k rendering, but the frame rate drop was a bit too significant.

Killing Floor 2 has been out since 2016, but the title will finally be coming to the Xbox One on August 29. But for those of you anxious about buying the right television to make the Xbox One X games look best, not to worry - you could be getting offered a bundle with the best of both worlds.

Killing Floor 2 was first launched for PlayStation 4 and PC in November of previous year.

Since the Xbox One X is supposed to make good use of 4KTV technology, Microsoft could be partnering with TV manufacturers for some special bundles.

This is due to frame rate issues and means Killing Floor 2 will look similar to the PS4 Pro version, now available. They asked, "Any plans to bundle a 4k HDR tv with a Xbox One X?" He also revealed that the new Xbox One X will be using Ultra textures and feature increased resolution for things like shadow maps and shadow draw distance. It's expected that Microsoft's first party games and studios will hit Native 4K resolutions with solid framerates on the Xbox One X. As for the demanding third party AAA titles, it wouldn't be incredibly surprising if we hear more and more quotes like this one from Tripwire.

But before Killing Floor 2 makes it to the Xbox One X, however, it still has to come out to the One, and when it does it will include all previous content packs.

There's also still a big question mark over Destiny 2 on Xbox One X and what kind of stats will be available. "But I can't promise a date today". That said, given the broad range of 4K support we've seen on consoles with both PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X, we reached out to Tripwire Interactive in order to find out more details.

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