That’s a lot of support for Microsoft’s new console.
The Xbox One X, Microsoft’s supercharged Xbox One console, due for release later this year, would be nothing if developers weren’t tapping into its excess power and resources- which makes it heartening that the third party development community has embraced the system to the extent that it has.
What is that extent? Apparently, at this point, there are over 130 Xbox One X enhanced games (a few weeks ago we had reported over 80 games so that list is now getting bigger)- and we are still a month and a half out from the system’s release. This is the kind of development support and enthusiasm that Sony’s PS4 Pro was never able to muster at launch- and it should ensure that a lot of the biggest names look better on Xbox than on PlayStation, a sticking point for marketing that Microsoft is clearly eager to leverage and utilize.
The Xbox One X is due to launch on November 7. Thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments below.