Xbox One X will play Xbox 360 games better, too

Matt Sayer 24 October 2017 NEWS

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Halo 3 headlines the Xbox 360 titles receiving enhancements on Xbox One X.

Microsoft has made a big deal about how the upcoming Xbox One X will make regular Xbox One games look and play better, but today it's announced that the high-powered system will enhance Xbox 360 titles, too.

As revealed to IGN, four Xbox 360 games will receive Xbox One X enhancements when the console launches on 7 November. These are Halo 3, Fallout 3, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and the original Assassin's Creed. The biggest improvement to these games is the resolution, with each title sporting nine times the pixels on-screen. Other enhancements include HDR lighting and increased colour depth.

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While Microsoft has not confirmed whether it will be enhancing other Xbox 360 titles for Xbox One X, it did recently announce Xbox One X enhancements for Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which includes the Xbox 360 title Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Edition. It seems quite plausible that it, at least, will also receive Xbox One X enhancements in the near future.

IGN also put together a comparison video showing the difference between Halo 3 running on an Xbox 360 versus an Xbox One X. Check it out below:

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