The console brings a range of improvements upon the standard Xbox One, mostly visual, with the promise of running "enhanced" games as high as 4K resolution and 60 frames per second (FPS).
Talking at PAX West, Mike Ybarra said that although support for keyboard and mouse is "definitely" coming to Xbox, whether or not to grant the support in any particular game will be at the developer's discretion. This latest console is promising in enhancements and performance improvements as indicated by most of the reliable reports but here is a way you can find whether a game is Xbox One X enhanced one or not. It doesn't sound like this will be a requirement from a development standpoint, but a suggestion from the console manufacturer goes a long way to shaping development directions.
Should this support be included, multiplayer would be an important concern, gamers using a keyboard and mouse might have an advantage over those playing with a GamePad.
Although the decision will ultimately be in the hands of the studios, Microsoft will be open to have full support for mouse and keyboard. Also, support won't be mandatory.
Greenberg then talked about a newly-announced partnership with Samsung, and the TV manufacturer is going to be promoting Xbox One X "everywhere they go", including their ads. The company is simply opening up the functionality.
People are very anxious about the inputs of mouse and keyboard in gameplay for Xbox player primarily from competitive shooters.
Meanwhile, the Xbox One X is set ot launch on November 7 for a MSRP of $500. The console is no longer available in the United Kingdom and the USA retail stores.
We don't' have any more details on the whole thing or how customizable the screenshots will be when the feature reaches the Xbox One, but what we do know for sure is that users are excited about it all!