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Xbox’s Phil Spencer Isn’t Sure 8K Will Ever Be Standard in Video Games

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said that he isn’t sure if 8K resolution will ever be standard for video games, calling it “aspirational technology.” From a report: Talking to Wired, Spencer said,” I think 8K is aspirational technology. The display capabilities of devices are not really there yet. I think we’re years away from 8K being — if it ever is — standard in video games.” Spencer’s comments come despite the Xbox Series X being able to support 8K output. However, while it may technically be able to push video at a resolution of 7680 x 4320, there are more factors to consider, chiefly being if anyone even has an 8K television or monitor to view such visuals on. According to Wired’s chat with Liz Hamren, head of gaming engineering at Xbox, Microsoft’s data suggests that 4K TV adoption is less than what publishers may think, and so that suggests 8K adoption is still years away at least.


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