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    Easy to find info for graphics bias on XBX

    One stop shop for Xbox One X owners. Clueless to exactly what the graphics bias options do? Here's the breakdown. Happy racing on your Xbox One X.

    Graphics Bias Enhanced Visuals-allows for 1440p (25601440) with all shadows, track and vehicles, and rear-view mirror details set to as high as possible. May dip into the dynamic scaling a little more.

    Graphics Bias Enhanced Resolution-expands the resolution to 3K (28801620) and automatically balances the details to compensate for the big increase in resolution. May dip into the dynamic scaling a little more.

    Graphics Bias Enhanced Framerate-is in 1080p with all settings using dynamic scaling to ensure the framerate remains at 60 fps as much as possible.
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    Can you show some screens in this: Thread please?

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    I haven't gotten on the game. However, even if you're on a 1080p TV. The super down sampling the X does will make it look better on your screen. That's if you pick Enhanced Visuals or Resolution (both are better graphically with what's on screen). I'm not sure if 1080p enhanced framerate will look any better. They may have increased some of the graphical settings.
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    Do all options exist if the X1X is set to 1080p out in the system settings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonSandwich View Post
    Do all options exist if the X1X is set to 1080p out in the system settings?
    Should. Game looks for what type of Xbox One console you're on. If you're on the X. Then it will show up in the visual effects menu in game. I've only played my console on a 4k TV.

    Remember, the X does super down sampling. I don't see why the graphics options wouldn't be there on games that offer it. The game will look better being played on the X on a 1080p TV vs playing on a base XB1.
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