• Current Xbox One S Buyers Have to Wait for Update to Play 4K Blu-ray/Medias

    Posted on July 31st, 2016 David Brooks No comments

    Can Xbox One S play 4K Blu-ray disc? This seems to be sure according to the released features of Xbox One S 2TB console. However, this new feature may be a little long to be realized.

    Microsoft Corporation had officially announced the new Xbox console – Xbox One S on June 13, 2016 during its Microsoft Xbox news conference in LA. Microsoft would offer 5 different versions of Xbox One S Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle (1TB), Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle (500GB), Xbox One S Madden NFL 17 Bundle (1TB), Xbox One S Gears of War 4 Limited Edition Bundle (2TB) and Xbox One S 2TB Console, starting from $299 to $449. All these Xbox One S models would be available on August 2nd, 2016.
    The shining point of the new Xbox console is that the 4K Blu-ray/media content playback would be available in the Xbox One S 2TB console. However, Microsoft Corporation has confirmed that “users who want to experience 4K with the Xbox One S Console will be required to download an update first to do so and the console will not recognize 4K content out of the box.”

    According to Xbox representatives, the first Xbox One S consoles will be the 2TB console launch edition on August 2nd, which upon start-up, will begin downloading the latest Xbox system update to enables 4K functionality. That fact is that a number of 2TB Xbox One S consoles were delivered to fans in Norway prematurely via a retailer prior to the launch date, and the owners of the first 2TB Xbox One S consoles pointed out that there was no option for 4K.

    Some Norwegian gamers got their Xbox One S console early and were not sure as to why they could not play a 4K Blu-ray of Deadpool. One of the gamers showed his happy unboxing of the new 2TB Xbox One S on YouTube but soon sadly realized that his new Xbox One S does not support 4K UHD video right out of the box. According to him, his Xbox One S would not play 4K Blu-rays even after the 4.5 GB update that the console downloaded and installed. Therefore, he still have to get other ways to watch and play 4K Blu-ray disc (this Top 5 Best 4K Blu-ray Disc Players might help you if you also search for this).

    He pointed out that there was no option for 4K. They had to do about a 4.5 gig update when it first powered on and checked the display settings and it was 1080p. They later changed HDMI cables and changed HDMI ports on the TV and nothing fixed the issue.

    Upon this, Microsoft has issued the above note about this topic mentioned, confirming this feature won’t work until day one, when a dedicated patch will be released.

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