The Xbox One will support 3D and 4K, Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has confirmed.
Asked in a recent Yahoo Q&A session if the next-generation platform would support the video options, Hryb said, "Indeed. Xbox One supports both 3D and 4K."
Neither feature was discussed during the Xbox One reveal event on Tuesday. Current-generation platforms like the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 support 3D already.
4K's official name is Ultra HD. It is being touted as the next version of high definition and aims to replace 1080i/p as the highest-resolution signal available for video content.
Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 will also support 3D and 4K. At the platform's announcement in February, Sony explained that the PS4 will support 4K output, but only for content like photos and videos, not games.
It is not clear if the same will be true for the Xbox One. For more on Microsoft's next-generation platform, check out GameSpot's interview with Xbox executive Phil Spencer on used games, always-on, and Kinect 2.0.