Xbox One X Enhanced Games List Updated: Now at Over 150 Titles

Xbox One X Enhanced Games List Updated: Now at Over 150 Titles

Microsoft updated the list of games that will be enhanced for the upcoming Xbox One X console, and now it includes over 150 titles.

Last time we talked with Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg, the list of games set to receive improvements for the upcoming Xbox One X console was at 118.

Today the house of Xbox updated said official list, and the count is now at over 150 games.

Interestingly, that’s not even final, as Greenberg himself mentioned that it will be updated regularly as publishers publicly commit to release enhancements and share more details about them.

The list has different degrees of support listed. Games marked as Xbox One X enhanced indicate that developers have done extra work to support the console. This is a broad definition that may include higher resolutions, faster framerates and/or improved textures. The HDR logo indicates that the game will support the HDR 10 standard. The 4K Ultra HD icon indicates that the game will output in 4K resolution.

Do keep in mind that a game being on the list doesn’t mean that the Xbox One X update will be available at the launch of the console, but it’s certainly a rather impressive lineup.

Microsoft has been promoting the Xbox One X very actively, and during the weekend they released a worldwide ad focusing on the console’s graphics and power. Before then, they teased the trailer it with several smaller videos (of which you can see the first, the second, the third, and the fourth).

If you want to hear more info on the upcoming console, you can catch up with our interviews with Product Manager Ryan Moore and Samsung National Training Manager Scott Cohen (talking about the partnership between Microsoft and the TV manufacturer). You can also take a gander at the console with our recent hands-on video, and read our full interview with Aaron Greenberg.

The Xbox One X will launch worldwide on November 7th, 2017. If you want to celebrate alongside fellow gamers, today Microsoft announced quite a few launch events and livestreams.