By the time it happens, Redfall would have came out and Starfield is getting a dedicated direct. There won't be any announced Bethesda games that have yet to come out, there might be announcement(s) for something new at the event but who can say.
At least it's $40 cheaper. If they can ever get the price down to about $50 over the cost of the average 1TB it would be great, but it is kind of a niche product so maybe that would be expecting too much.
The Seagate drive I have works perfectly, nothing wrong with it at all just the price on them new. Still can't beat the convenience of just popping them in the back though.
I'm having a weird issue, not a game breaker but it's got my head confused.
Recently, I noticed that on my monitor if I change the output to 60hz, VRR stops working.
But if I change the output to 120hz, VRR works.
There's no logical reason to drop to 60hz but I was testing it for Ghostwire, beacuse the HFR V-Sync mode is supposed to have a 60hz lock instead of uncapped if you set your system to 60h.
I noticed that when I started playing Tales of Arise again (in the resolution mode) I was noticing a lot of hitching. After I changed my Xbox back to 120hz, the VRR seems to have kicked in and the obvious hitching is gone in the exact same spot.
That second pic. The apps are still part of the game bar. This is useful for some (like Netflix and similar) but not others, like settings or Explorer. Hopefully they add an option to silence specific apps from appearing here.