We’re only about a month away from the Xbox One X‘s launch, so now’s a good time to start stocking up on games that will actually take advantage of the new hardware. Many titles will see small performance improvements automatically–similar to the PS4 Pro’s Boost Mode. That’s a nice bonus, but more importantly, Microsoft has announced over 100 titles that will natively support the latest iteration of the Xbox One.
On the list, you’ll find upcoming full-price titles like Assassin’s Creed: Origins and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Those are bound to look incredible on a UHD TV, but after spending 500 bucks for a new console, paying $ 60 a pop for a bunch of brand new games is a tough sell for many of us. Thankfully, there are plenty of existing lower-priced games that are getting patched for the high-res goodness of the Xbox One X.
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