No, you didn't read that wrong.
Some titles now have 10-bit color depth unlocked where they previously had 8-bit, others have HDR lighting enabled, and all have nine times the on-screen pixels.
The four lucky titles are Halo 3, Assassin's Creed, Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. All are currently available on backward compatibility and the Xbox One X enhancements will be available as a free update on November 7.
The backward compatibility program is one of Microsoft's finest recent achievements, bringing a huge range of older titles back to life on the current generation console. It's about to be joined, too, by games from the original Xbox, making three generations of Xbox games playable on the same console. You'll never have an excuse again for not having something to play.
Enhancing older games for the Xbox One X isn't something we knew was coming, but now we're left wondering how far Microsoft and its partners could go. November 7 continues to get more exciting the closer we get.
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