During today’s Xbox Games Showcase, multiple Xbox-exclusive titles were revealed to be receiving upgraded versions to launch with the Xbox Series X later this year. The titles will take full advantage of the power of the console, with a significant increase in performance. The details were broken down in an Xbox Wire blog post summarising the event, check them out below:
Forza Horizon 4: Now optimised for the Xbox Series X, experience higher fidelity graphics and faster performance in Forza Horizon 4. Explore beautiful, historic Britain and drive hundreds of the world’s greatest cars in native 4K Ultra HD, now at 60 frames per second. Get behind the wheel faster than ever with Quick Resume and dramatically improved load times.
Gears 5: Gears 5’s lauded campaign and multiplayer have been upgraded to take advantage of Xbox Series X, including: reduced load times, instant resume and 4K HDR visuals using Ultra settings.
Gears Tactics: The critically-acclaimed, fast-paced, turn-based strategy game is coming to Xbox consoles later this year, running in 4K Ultra HD at 60 frames per second on Xbox Series X. Outnumbered and fighting for survival, recruit and command your squad to hunt down an evil mastermind who makes monsters.
Ori and the Will of the Wisp: Now optimised for the Xbox Series X, explore the Forest of Niwen in Ori and the Will of the Wisps as you seek to uncover Ori’s true destiny with higher fidelity graphics and faster performance. At 120 FPS in beautiful 4K HDR and 120hz, the silky-smooth feel, low input latency and crisp imagery come together to create an unprecedented precision platforming experience.
Sea of Thieves: Sea of Thieves, the award-winning and best-selling new IP from Rare, is a shared-world multiplayer game that provides freedom, adventure and excitement, and is the quintessential pirate experience. Sea of Thieves will launch alongside Xbox Series X, taking advantage of its advanced hardware, supports Smart Delivery, and is available day-and-date with Xbox Game Pass.
All of these games will be available at when the Xbox Series X launches later this year. With these enhancements, they’re bound to attract interest from new and old fans alike thanks to the availability of Smart Delivery and Xbox Game Pass.