Microsoft and XBox are set to launch their next generation console in April 2019, with Microsoft’s Xbox One launching with a few notable exclusives that are likely to make their way to the system.
In addition to the first-ever Xbox One with 1080p support, Xbox One will be available with both a 16:9 and a 2:1 aspect ratio display.
Both will come with built-in HDR capabilities and support for Dolby Vision.
Both the console and the games will also support 4K UHD support, meaning they will be capable of displaying 4K content in a full-screen mode.
As for the Xbox One’s price, Microsoft will be offering it at $499 and the first console with 4K support will be priced at $699.
This means that, for now, the Xbox 720 will be on sale for $400, but Microsoft is planning to add the additional price in the coming months.
In addition to offering the first Xbox One console with 1080P support, Microsoft is also planning to release a console that supports DolbyVision 4K.
This would allow for the use of a higher-resolution display for gaming, which will benefit the Xbox’s overall image quality and give it the ability to show more detail in images.
While it is unclear if this will be a limited-time deal or a permanent one, this is a nice addition to a console whose primary selling point is the fact that it is a 4K console.
While we know that Microsoft has plans to add a number of exclusive games to the Xbox Live Arcade and Xbox Game Pass in the future, the games we are most excited about right now are probably the ones that support the new Xbox One.
This is particularly the case with games like the upcoming The Crew 2, an upcoming shooter that is based on the first game in the Grand Theft Auto series, The Crew.
The game is due to arrive on March 24, 2019, and will allow players to team up with up to five other players and play as one of three main characters: Jack Bauer, Agent 007 or Agent 53.
While The Crew is an excellent first-person shooter that has been praised by critics, the game has a number problems that make it difficult for casual players to fully enjoy.
Players will need to be skilled at the game, but this can be difficult when playing alone, and there are also numerous issues with the controls.
The team-based multiplayer mode in The Crew, however, is a perfect example of how the game will work, and the game’s developer, Vice Media, has said that it plans to release an open beta for The Crew’s open beta.
The Crew will be released on Xbox Live in the first quarter of 2019, which is a good sign that Microsoft is finally starting to release games on its platform.
With the Xbox and Xbox Live working together to deliver a number new titles, the company should be able to make a big splash in the next few months, and if The Crew can live up to the hype, it could prove to be a great entry point into the console market.