Microsoft is very busy these days. Creating a product, releasing another and being present at many promoting events could be exhausting for many, but not for Microsoft.
Last week we received some news about the new and long-awaited XBox One X. Microsoft was present at Gamescom and gave the audience a little insight tips about what to expect from the new game console.
Among these things, we can count various new and older games that were redesigned in order to join the XBox One X side. Among these games are Titan Fall 2 (6k at 60fps), Quantum Break, Gears of War 4, which by the way is running at 4K, so on and so forth.
But let’s take a look at several games that deserve a wider presentation.
- Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Since the most recent release of Assassin’s Creed has developed a general fever among players, it is simply obvious that XBox One X couldn’t have possibly let aside this game. However, the game can’t be played at more than 30 fps and that’s only one of the issues. It still has a long way to go, good thing if you’re a fan of the Assassins Creed and you are willing to wait for improvements.
- Rise Of The Tomb Raider
Another classic that couldn’t be missed, the Rise Of The Tomb Raider will come with a pretty impressive 2160p30 mode and improved visual effects, textures, however, it will run at less than 60 fps.
- Forza Motorsport 7
The game consoles just have to do something that implies racing games. It’s like a thirst from which you don’t want to break free. However, with Forza Motorsport 7 the developers have really done a great job since we’re now talking 4K resolution and 60 fps features.
Lastly, having the fastest CPU, biggest RAM and many other improved features, the XBox One X is on its way of being crowned the best game console so far.