It’s official; Microsoft has now over 200 Xbox One X Enhanced Titles available to play. This is a huge step for both their titles and third-party releases, as the console has now a variety of different ones to actually test its power.
To be precise, the exact number of Xbox One X Enhanced titles is 214 at the moment, as Gametransfers pointed out. Out of those, 170 run in native 4K resolution with only 76 of them supporting HDR. Apart from those, Xbox One X Enhanced Titles get graphics enhancements, additional visual effects, noticeably higher framerate and resolution as well as audio enhancements in some cases.
The source also counted the number of titles some of the most popular publishers have available on the console. Microsoft leads with 29 titles followed by Electronic Arts with 18 games and THQ Nordic with 15 titles. A bit lower down the list we find Ubisoft with 11 games. It’s important to note that Microsoft’s titles refer to both Xbox One and Xbox 360 releases, so it makes sense that the number of enhanced titles is so pumped up.
Microsoft and publishers bringing their upcoming titles to Xbox One X won’t stop to the currently available “roster”. As this is the first year for Xbox One X it is only natural that most releases won’t get their enhancements right away. We expect the number of Xbox One X Enhanced Titles to reach another 100 by the time its first year ends.
Here are some notable Xbox One X Enhanced Titles coming in the months to come:
- A Plague Tale: Innocence
- Battlefield V
- Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
- CODE VEIN
- Crackdown 3
- Darksiders III
- F1 2018
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- Metro: Exodus
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider
- Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption
- We Happy Few
Which upcoming Xbox One X Enhanced Titles are you most excited about? What’s your view on Xbox One X’s graphics capabilities?