There have been various reports that have come out lately regarding specs for the Xbox 720, and now it seems as though some new information is pointing to the system having backwards compatibility and varying resolution.
According to VGRumors on Saturday, some new specs have been revealed as to the type of flexibility that will be involved with the system.
The information is claiming the Xbox 720 will be featuring a chip that can vary how a game looks.
It will provide gamers with the ability to change up the resolution of the UI and in-game rendering display resolution.
The user interface will always be setup at 1080p, so people don't have to worry about that not coming standard.
The trick is for those who wish to tinker with the resolution during various gaming sessions, they will be able to do so, giving them an interesting new feature to play around with.
Another major topic that has not received much discussion, but is something all gamers are going to be concerned with, is whether or not the Xbox 720 will be backwards compatible with this generation's games.
It seems like the source expressed a confirmation of the aforementioned feature being implemented. There may be certain limitations as to the games it will be able to support, but people can expect the feature in some capacity.
How big of a deal is being able to change up a game's resolution to you? Will whether or not the Xbox 720 has backwards compatibility decide which console you buy?