So...if they showed the upscaled resolution of 1080p on Xbox 360 cases, why not just show the upscaled resolution of 1080p on Xbox One cases. Then all the cases would just say "1080p" again, and anyone looking at the two boxes would see 1080p on both, not realizing that one is native and one is upscaled. Because of that, I think they had a different reason for removing the resolution. Unless there was a new law put in to place that required them to show either native resolution on the box, or no resolution. But, if they were just worried about people making comparisons, then they could have just put the upscaled resolution on all the games just like they did on 360.