The Xbox One X games list already has quite a few titles confirmed for it but not all of them have been released yet.
The official Microsoft websites shows all the currently confirmed games getting the upgrade treatment, with around 81 titles already available.
There’s also plenty currently in development, although no release date or timing has been given for their launch.
One of the clearest indicators that a game might be ready to go live is when its status changes from ‘in development’ to ‘coming soon’.
This recently happened to one of Bethesda’s most popular games, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Skyrim Special Edition on Xbox One X will benefit from new 4K Resolution support, and dynamic resolution.
And it’s not the only Bethesda title with Xbox One X updates in its future.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has already been patched, along with popular MMO, the Elder Scrolls Online, Dishonored 2, and horror adventure, The Evil Within 2.
Fallout 4 is another game getting the Xbox One X treatment, with 4K Resolution, dynamic resolution enhanced draw distance for trees, grass, objects and NPCs, as well as enhanced God Ray effects also confirmed.
“The launch of a new gaming console can sometimes feel bittersweet,” a message from Bethesda reads.
“There’s all of the excitement over new features and horsepower, but you’re often left with a farewell to a previous generation console and playing through some of your favorite games. That’s not the case with the upcoming release of the Xbox One X console.
“The X is the most powerful Xbox console to date, continuing to build upon the incredible features – and more importantly, game library – of the Xbox One.”
Bethesda have also confirmed that some of their existing Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games have also seen boosts, including Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
Other developers also have projects ‘coming soon’ including the likes of Ubisoft’s For Honor, Epic Games’ Fortnite and Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World.
Blizzard have also just announced plans to release a brand new Xbox One X update for Microsoft’s new console.
“Overwatch team is excited with great possibilities Xbox One X opens,” reads a Microsoft post.
“The team is currently exploring how the game experience can be enhanced on this platform to leverage the console’s incredible hardware, and is working on implementing 4K resolution in the game on Xbox One X.
“It is very important for the team to make sure the user interface looks natural on a truly big screen. We will share more details about our plans for 4K support on Xbox One X later.”