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    Plenty of benefits for Xbox One X owners.
    Today, Hello Games and 505 Games launched No Man's Sky on Xbox One for $49.99. Many months ago, the developer confirmed that the title would support Xbox One X, but didn't provide any details as to what that would entail. Would the game achieve native 4K resolution? Would there be a performance mode? Many of these questions were left unanswered. The only clue we had was the Xbox Store listing which stated that No Man's Sky ran at "4K Ultra HD" on Microsoft's new machine.

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    07-24-2018 01:30 PM

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