If you’re going to drop $500 on the new Xbox One X console later this year, then you may want to hold off on playing a few game titles that are currently out and experience them later in the jaw dropping awesomeness of 4K Xbox fans have been waiting for.
Not only is there a long list of new upcoming 4K titles coming to the new console, but it will also improve a lot of your existing games using Xbox One X Enhanced. This will allow many of your current favorites to take advantage of the new technology and power and enhance them for an even better experience.
So, before you start off on a new quest or adventure you may want to hold out just a little longer and do it all with graphics pushed to the edge, especially if you have a new 4K TV.
Here is a list of 8 games that will look even better on Xbox One X:
- Gears of War 4
- Forza Horizon 3
- The Witcher 3
- Skyrim: Special Edition
- Dishonored 2
- Resident Evil 7
- Fallout 4
You could always play them now and then do a second play through later in 4K. I’m on my second play through on the Xbox One for Fallout 4 and on my first on the PS4 Pro. The PlayStation 4K upscale patch really shows what it can do for the graphics, and it looks amazing.
I stop and just look around a lot in the wasteland on the PS4 Pro, because the fog and the lighting are just slap-your-momma good…but not my momma…mine will hit back…and it’ll be in 4K with or without an HD TV.
I’m glad that both Microsoft and PlayStation are keeping console gaming moving forward, and hopefully, the era of the ‘7 to 8-year reign’ for consoles is officially dead. Think about it, do you want to keep your current iPhone or Droid for 7-8 years? Whenever the new iPhone, iPad, or MacBook is released I’m running to pick it up like a hobo on a corndog.
Console gaming for me is the same way. I want to play on the newest, most powerful console available. I want amazing graphics and parachute pants…just because. Hopefully, the new Xbox One X will be available for pre-order soon, the wait is killing me, like my daughter-in-law who likes Jar Jar Binks…that’s strike one.