The Xbox Series X leads Microsoft’s next-generation lineup, promising a 4K 60 FPS baseline, venturing into 8K resolutions or 120 Hz refresh rates. The striking matte black monolith packs a ton of cutting-edge hardware, slated to deal four times the processing power of Xbox One X.
While Xbox Series X supports full backward compatibility out of the box, including all existing Xbox One purchases, select titles will specifically leverage that overhead. Similar to Xbox One X “Enhanced” titles, they’ll feature tailored upgrades to improve resolutions, smooth framerates, among other graphical gains over Xbox One. While it’s still early days for Xbox Series X, we’ve assembled a list of every Xbox game slated for upgrades on the device.
List of Xbox Series X Enhanced games
With Xbox Series X details limited, only a small lineup of titles are confirmed for upgrades. Microsoft’s in-house Xbox Game Studios arm has committed to three future-facing projects as of the Xbox Series X reveal, all slated to perform best on the next-generation flagship.
Microsoft launches Xbox Series X alongside the shooter that started it all, with Halo Infinite propelling Master Chief’s heroic saga into the next generation. Powered by the new in-house Slipspace Engine, the latest entry promises unmatched graphical fidelity and gameplay scope, built from the ground up for the next Xbox console.
Ninja Theory’s first twisted adventure saw Senua face otherworldly threats and tackling internal conflicts with her mental health. Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II returns with a dark in-engine trailer, among the first games built for Xbox Series X.
With Xbox Series X news scheduled throughout 2020, expect more on features, availability, and supporting games. Let us know which Xbox games you’d like to see upgraded for Xbox Series X in the comments section below.
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