If you want the best of the best performance wise you would get an X.
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Yes I did. But I spend a lot of hours (say 20+ average) on my Xbox weekly. I also play games online with other that the X has increased draw distance and such things that are beneficial. The load times are much better, the graphics are better, and I have a 4K set to play games on. Also the X is a much bigger step up from the S than the PS4 vs Pro.Did you get the Xbox one X? Of course you did, your just like me. You always wanted the best of the best even if it means 1fps more, and one more blade of grass rendered. It's just in our blood.
But then I couldn't play all the good exclusives. Speaking of I thought about making a post abut exclusives the other day. It seems like when the new consoles got released you could get any game on any console. Have you noticed a trend with exclusives coming back? Should I get a PS4 Pro Pro?If you want the best of the best performance wise you would get an X.
Yes get a Pro. It has the games you are interested in. I just personally gravitated towards the XBox over time but am glad to have ALL the systems. I am a big fan of XBox Live over the PS gold thing despite having both I never play the PS4. I also am a big fan of the Game Pass on XBox. So worth it so far.But then I couldn't play all the good exclusives. Speaking of I thought about making a post abut exclusives the other day. It seems like when the new consoles got released you could get any game on any console. Have you noticed a trend with exclusives coming back? Should I get a PS4 Pro Pro?
I enjoyed this game a bit originally. Racers haven't been my thing in quite a long time though.
Meh. The X has had that since it launched, it's not revolutionary or worth an upgrade cost. Also, unless they have changed most of the "Pro" games are not truly in 4K. They are rendered at something over 1080p, but not in native 4k and then similarly they are just upscaled to 4K resolution with algorithms. Still looks great, but the same kind of smoke and mirrors to fill in some gaps between the actual resolution of the games and 4kThe 5.50 firmware brings some neat changes to the PS4 Pro.
Supersampling mode on PS4 Pro
PS4 Pro users taking part in the beta will see a new ‘supersampling mode’ under Settings, which enables those with HDTVs (i.e., 1080p or less) to enjoy an enhanced visual experience when playing some PS4 games.
With supersampling mode, some games will render at a higher resolution and then be downscaled to match the HDTV – allowing PS4 Pro owners to leverage the benefits of an image clarity boost even if their PS4 Pro is not connected to a 4K TV. Please note performance will vary, as games are optimised differently to take advantage of the power of PS4 Pro.
First off do I need to post the reviews to compare the games? Personal preference doesn't mean it's better. Even the worst rated Forza is rated higher than Driveclub.
Dude have you even played Driveclub?
So you do have a PS4 Pro...