Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra addresses other issues with the brand.
Microsoft is still answering questions on Twitter regarding the Xbox One X and its capabilities and Mike Ybarra, Director of Program Management for Xbox, helped clear up a few things. When asked about the utilization of hardware, especially for a game like Forza Motorsport 7, and whether the console could be pushed more, Ybarra said,”It’s really title specific so hard to answer firmly. As we finish optimizing the systems, it should benefit games even more.”
One user also asked if the Xbox One X DVR would be capable of recording HDR to which Ybarra said, “Yep. Some limitations, but yes.” Users can also look forward to the Xbox One X working with Dolby Atmos, which is good news for surround sound users. Microsoft is also looking into letting you remove games which you have zero Achievements for, like on the Xbox 360. However, there’s “nothing firm yet” as per Ybarra.
Finally in addressing how Xbox One game streaming to Windows 10 is broken for some users, Ybarra said, “We made a change that we think fixed this. Cold boot your console to get the fix and test it (fix will happen automatically). Let me know.”
The Xbox One X meanwhile launches on November 7th and will retail for $500.