Ever since Microsoft announced the Xbox One S, its smaller, more capable console for this year, there has been a lot of confusion over what it will be capable in a home cinema sense.
We had mentioned that it would support 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays in our round-up feature, but out at E3 there was still talk that it would only have 4K output for streaming services, such as Netflix and Amazon Video,
Pocket-lint can confirm that it does indeed have a 4K Blu-ray optical disc drive built-in. We can also confirm that it upscales conventional video and gaming outputs to 4K if you have an Ultra HD television.
It also offers HDR support across the board, for 4K Blu-rays and games that support the high contrast and wider colour gamut afforded by the image tech.
In essence, this information means that, as well as a better version of the Xbox One, starting at $299 (£212) means the new machine undercuts existing 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray players on the market significantly.
Some have been wondering whether, with Project Scorpio also announced for next year, people will invest in an Xbox One S this. In its 4K Blu-ray capabilities, we think we have the answer.