Xbox Series X Full List of Optimized Games to be Revealed Later this Month
Xbox Series X is already set to receive countless optimization updates for this year's biggest games, but the full slate of titles receiving these performance boosts will be announced soon.
Compared to the PS5, Microsoft has actually been pretty darn forward with all of the specifics of the Xbox Series X/S. At this point in time, we’re starting to see more looks of the next-gen console in action, glimpses of the new UI, and even are beginning to understand how older titles will run on the new platform. And with a little over a month left until launch, Microsoft has today made clear that they still have a whole lot more to share before the console arrives.
In a new blog post on the Xbox website today, the company’s GM of marketing, Aaron Greenberg outlined what is still left to come with Xbox Series X before release. In particular, Greenberg made clear that the full list of titles that will be optimized for the next-gen hardware will be divulged in the coming weeks. “We’ll be sharing even more details on every game being fully optimized this holiday for the launch of Xbox Series X|S later this month, as well as showing more gameplay from these titles, so stay tuned for more,” Greenberg said.
While Xbox has previously announced a list of titles that will be optimized for Xbox Series X, new titles are clearly going to be joining the likes of games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Gears 5, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla which have already been confirmed to be receiving these updates at different times. We’ll be sure to update you whenever the full list does arrive, per usual.
It’s also important to note that, as Greenberg mentioned, more gameplay of these titles will also be shown off in the coming weeks, too. If there has been any one complaint that many have had with the build-up to launch of the Xbox Series X, it has likely been that we haven’t seen enough of the console in action. Fortunately, that should be changing here quite soon.
As for the Xbox Series X and S, Microsoft’s two next-gen platforms are nearly upon us and will finally release next month on November 10.