'Xbox One X Enhanced' games can bring 4K resolution, high frame rates, HDR and more to Microsoft's latest console. These are all the titles with planning to support the Xbox One X.

Microsoft has announced the Xbox One X – the latest premium addition to its Xbox family. The console brings a range of improvements upon the standard Xbox One, with the promise of running 'enhanced' games as high as 4K resolution and 60 frames per second (FPS). Other improvements may include improved textures, high dynamic range (HDR) and support for Dolby Atmos. While 'Xbox One X Enhanced' games don't guarantee these improvements, they're more likely with the full power of the console.

While it hides some powerful specs under the hood, games will need to be manually patched to leverage the full potential Xbox One X. Microsoft has already announced a lengthy list of games which plan to be 'Xbox One X Enhanced', which will be purposely upgraded to take advantage of the hardware. More titles continue to be announced, so we've brought together a comprehensive list of all games getting updated for the new console, with their expected performance on the console. However, with the Xbox One X still unreleased, it should be noted that some of the announced specifications are still changing during the development process.

As more developers jump on board with officially confirmed Xbox One X support, we'll be sure to update this list.

Which existing (or upcoming) Xbox One games are you hoping to see get Xbox One X support? Let us know your top picks in the comments.

Updated July 23, 2017: Added planned support for Aaero, an Xbox One indie set to recieve 4K and HDR, at 60 FPS on Xbox One X.