Xbox One X is releasing soon and with it a lot of Xbox One’s games will get visually enhanced to match the console’s features. How can you tell if a game is Xbox One X Enhanced though?
The answer came from a videogame box back cover where we can clearly see that there is a special indication for the new console. The Xbox One Enhanced marking will be stated on the back of the game along with it’s other features like Co-op and Xbox Live requirement so you can easily spot it when you are searching for your next favorite videogame.
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As we already know by the official Microsoft announcement:
“the console brings a range of improvements upon the standard Xbox One, mostly visual, with the promise of running ‘enhanced’ games as high as 4K resolution and 60 frames per second (FPS). Other improvements include improved textures, high dynamic range (HDR) and support for Dolby Atmos. While ‘Xbox One X Enhanced’ games don’t guarantee these improvements, they’re more likely with the full power of the console.”
So getting to know which games you buy will be visually enhanced is a big part of owning the console. Let’s not forget that Xbox One has been already discontinued, so if you’re and Xbox fan going with it’s upgraded edition is the only way to go. Microsoft though is confident that it’s new console will be worth the while and will keep fans satisfied in means of performance and visual impression.
There are currently more than 100 titles enhanced for the Xbox One X, with many more to come. You can see the full list of the games already ready for the “Xbox One X Enhanced” indication on it’s post on Windows Central.
Xbox One X will be available on November 7 in the US and will be priced at $499.