Fox today is offering an upscaled 4K production of the New York Giants-Minnesota Vikings game. As the game approaches halftime, many fans have tweeted their assessment of Fox’s 4K picture. Here are some of the highlights from their remarks:
“@TVAnswerMan Viking vs Giants 4k Fox best quality of any NFL network like always.” — @bobbylocs1
“Fox’s 4K presentation is so great.” — @ben_alterman
“The NFL in 4k is great. It’s shouldn’t just be Fox.” — @dlbags
“PSA Reminder – Fox app is 4k and HDR. Looks a lot better than Hulu Live, but that stadium field is still a cheap carpet remnant from the bottom of the clearance box.” — @bobmrik
“Thank you Fox for letting me watch Giants vs Vikings in 4K HDR. Only network that does that. It’s ridiculous more sports aren’t in 4K.” — @austinplanet
I’m not sure when this started, but Fox finally airing NFL games in 4K is a game changer.
— Paul Merjudio (@paulmerjudio) January 15, 2023
I’m gonna need every major network to start doing 4K broadcasts on YouTubeTV. The Fox games in 4K look so good.
— Tom (@TJFsports) January 15, 2023
Fox 4k with FuboTv. How long until all sports are in 4k. Feel like they should be by now. Looks sooooo good pic.twitter.com/cLNOkJNG3U
— Y2Jacer23 (@Y2Jacer23) January 15, 2023
Fubo has had 4K broadcasts of a lot of sporting events and this week has had the NFL playoff games on FOX.
Love you so much, @fuboTV.
— RJ Ochoa (@rjochoa) January 15, 2023
I can’t say it enough. I truly appreciate Fox’s commitment to providing a 4K version of almost all of their big games.
— @BourbonAndBeer (@BourbonAndBeer) January 15, 2023
Have seen the same today on Comcast's feed of the Giants-Vikings game. The Fox app is fine, however. https://t.co/GqsOPYXxZy
— The TV Answer Man (@TVAnswerMan) January 15, 2023
It appears the fans today are highly impressed with the picture, compared to yesterday’s Seattle-San Francisco game which drew a mixed reaction. If you have comments on the 4K picture of the Giants-Vikings game, post them below.
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