Microsoft is set to release the Xbox One X on November 7th, and if you want to know the latest information on the home console regarding specs, games, and its 4K capabilities, hopefully this list of Xbox One X info will help you out.
New videos have come to the forefront detailing the Xbox One X, as well as Microsoft updating the console’s official website to show off the latest games and current titles that support: Xbox One X Enhanced, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, and their development status for said console.
Before proceeding on to the new videos or the listed games ready for Xbox One X, you can check out the following information on the Xbox One X that Microsoft posted:
The first video up detailing the new console is about learning how to use it. In other words, the video tells you how to get ready and how to:
- Download 4K game content.
- Back up my settings.
- Back up your games using an external hard drive/network transfer.
- Tell if a game supports Xbox One X Enhancements.
The next two videos cover specs and performance of the Xbox One X. The videos come in by DigitalFoundry, in which the first video takes a look at texture filtering, performance, load times, and resolution. The second video is more of a review by DigitalFoundry.
Below is a list of games that are currently “available now” that support the Xbox One X:
- Ashes Cricket — 4K, HDR
- Assassin’s Creed Origins — 4K, HDR
- Call of Duty: WW2 — 4K, HDR
- Crossout — 4K
- Danger Zone — 4K
- Dead Rising 4 — HDR
- Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition — 4K
- Disneyland Adventures — 4K, HDR
- EA Sports FIFA 18 — 4K, HDR
- EA Sports Madden NFL 18 — 4K, HDR
- EA Sports NBA Live 18 — 4K
- F1 2017 — 4K, HDR
- Fallout 3
- Farming Simulator 17 — 4K
- Forza Motorsport 7 — 4K, HDR
- Gears of War 4 — 4K, HDR
- GRIDD: Retroenhanced — 4K, HDR
- Halo 3
- Halo 5: Guardians — 4K
- Halo Wars 2 — 4K, HDR
- Killer Instinct — 4K
- L.A. Noire — 4K, HDR
- Mantis Burn Racing — 4K, HDR
- Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
- Morphite — 4K
- Need for Speed Payback
- Outlast 2 — 4K
- Path of Exile — 4K
- Portal Knights — 4K
- Project CARS 2 — HDR
- Quantum Break
- Rise of the Tomb Raider — 4K, HDR
- Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure — 4K, HDR
- Sonic Forces
- Super Lucky’s Tale — 4K
- Super Night Riders — 4K
- The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion
- Titanfall 2
- World of Tanks — 4K, HDR
- Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection — 4K, HDR
It’s worth noting that the bulleted games above will change in the near future and will be expanded, so please do visit the Xbox store or main website to keep up with games compatible with Xbox One X.
The Xbox One X is set to release to the public on November 7th. You can learn more about this console by hitting up xbox.com.