Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Xbox Live | Xbox 360 and 3D | Microsoft Xbox 360
Xbox Live | Xbox 360 and 3D | Microsoft Xbox 360 - A new report claims that Microsoft will launch the full 3D stereoscopic technology capabilities to its flagship gaming console Xbox 360 at E3 event, which was held next June.
With the 3D stereo support it is expected to work exactly like the PS3 3D effect, with full HDMI 1.4 support stereoscopic 3D in 720p 1280x1470 frame configuration.
"The machine is not only very capable, even more capable than the PlayStation 3 which supports 3D content," said one unnamed source.
As you may recall, a small number of Xbox 360 games currently support what "stereoscopic 3D," including Crysis 2 and Crytek's Treyarch, Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Unfortunately, Microsoft has refused to confirm or deny the reports mentioned above, the software giant said that they do not need to comment on rumors or speculation.
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