Battlefield 1 is getting 4K support on Xbox One X later this summer

The past has never looked better

One of 2016’s finest games will look its best later in 2018 — at least on Xbox. Two years after launch, EA DICE is giving Battlefield 1 4K resolution support on Xbox One X.

This is part of the Battlefield 1 Summer Update that’s expected to release in the coming weeks. We don’t know what else is coming as a part of the update, but we’ll find out soon enough. EA DICE is holding a livestream event tomorrow on the Battlefield Twitch channel at 1pm Pacific where it’ll reveal all the ways it’s improving Battlefield 1.

The visual upgrade on Xbox One X means that 4K will finally be implemented in all versions of Battlefield 1. It launched with native 4K support on PC, and with upscaled 4K support on PS4 Pro. If Battlefield 1 follows in the footsteps of other games that got 4K upgrades on Xbox One, it’ll likely be a native 4K at 30 frames per second and an upscaled 4K at 60 frames per second. But, we’ll probably know for sure after the livestream tomorrow.

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