Although the Xbox One X is touted as the most powerful console by Microsoft, its library of native 4K titles could have been much better when it came to its launch. In order to try and mitigate this, the firm offered up plenty of Xbox One X Enhanced titles, giving players something to mess around with before more native 4K titles hit the market. Perhaps the most intriguing out of the bunch was the addition of Xbox 360 games like Halo 3, Assassin's Creed, Fallout 3, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
While we got to see comparisons in the past, Digital Foundry has taken things a step further showing off the difference in graphical prowess between the Xbox One X, Xbox One S, and Xbox 360. While the results are mixed, overall, the Xbox One X does provide a better experience for players, delivering refinements here and there that make things better visually. For example, while the frame rate might be the same across all of the consoles, the draw distance is much improved on the newer console, potentially improving a sense of immersion.
If interested, it's worth having a look at the comparisons and to take a look at the video above.
Source: Digital Foundry (YouTube)
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