In a surprise announcement today, Microsoft is offering gamers on Xbox one a way to get their games to play at a native 1080p resolution on Xbox.
This means if you own a 360, you can now stream your 360 games to the Xbox One console, allowing you to watch them on your TV, and even play them on the big screen.
You’ll be able to watch 1080p games on the Xbox, but you’ll need to enable 1080p for all other features on the console.
The Xbox One comes with a special mode that lets you use the console to play your 360 game, and there are some other things you can do with the console that we’ve got some screenshots to share.
The Xbox One is also the first console with 1080p support, meaning it supports up to four displays simultaneously on the same console.
The first time you’re on the 360 and you’re watching a game, the system will switch to a 1080p display, and you’ll be presented with the option to switch between the different resolutions and get the best possible experience.
We’re excited to offer a simple and simple way for our fans to get games to work in 1080, but there are a few caveats to that.
The biggest one is that you can’t do this for all 360 games.
You can, however, use it for a handful of 360 games that are still compatible with 360.
So, for example, if you have a Gears of War 4 that you own, you might be able do this to get it to run on your Xbox One.
But if you’ve got a 360 Gears of Wars 3 game, you’d need to do that as well.
The second caveat is that some 360 games aren’t yet supported, and the 360 games we’ve tested aren’t supported on the current Xbox One hardware.
If you’re looking for a way around those limitations, you’re going to have to do some digging to find games you can get on your 360, but they’re worth checking out.