Enhanced Xbox One X Games Now Total Over 200 Titles
Microsoft’s Xbox One X is a mighty impressive piece of hardware, more than enough for the company to legitimately tout it as the most powerful home console ever. While it may not reach the standards set by the PC master race, the premium platform has become the definitive way to play games under the green brand thanks to the many enhanced Xbox One X games the system has to offer.
According to the official Xbox website, the library of titles that have received upgrades has reached a milestone of over 200 (214 to be exact), with several dozen more slated to arrive sometime in the future. Currently, 131 of these games have enabled use of enhanced native 4k resolutions, while 55 are taking advantage of the visual-deepening boost of HDR. Newer titles aren’t the only ones able to take advantage either, as 17 backward compatible games are available for various enhancements as well.
Though Xbox One X makes up a smaller user base than the rest of Xbox owners, the premium console is still supported to a remarkable degree by both third-party studios as well as Microsoft themselves. For example, Microsoft has enhanced a total of 29 of their first-party games with Electronic Arts upgrading 18 games, and THQ Nordic bringing a crisper experience to 15 of their titles. Bethesda and Ubisoft are also among the biggest contributors, each providing enhancements to 11 Xbox One X games.
With gaming’s current console generation recently entering its final phase, Xbox One X would seem to be an appropriate bridge to Microsoft’s inevitable jump in hardware. As such, the console is likely to only get more support over time, which is evident from the release of officially licenced skins and the launch-day inclusion of big upcoming titles like Shadow Of The Tomb Raider.
What do you think? Are you glad to see so many games get enhancements, or are you missing the proper hardware to care? Are you crossing your fingers for that custom Black Panther Xbox One X contest ending tomorrow (May 29th)? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more from the realm of Xbox, check out these next few links:
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