It looks like people who buy an Xbox One X to play “enhanced” versions of Call of Duty: WWII and Destiny 2 will be ready to go as soon as the new console launches on November 7th.
TrueAchievements recently received an Xbox One X review console and tweeted an image of all the enhanced titles available at launch. Sure enough, Call of Duty: WWII and Destiny 2 are visible on the list.
— TrueAchievements (@TrueAchievement) October 26, 2017
While these titles might seem like obvious candidates for enhancement, neither Activision, Bungie, nor Sledgehammer Games have confirmed their respective games will be getting the Xbox One X treatment. This leak all but confirms that they will.
Previously, U.K. retailer Game’s listing for Call of Duty: WWII seemingly spilled the beans on what specific enhancements the upcoming first-person shooter will be getting, which includes 4K and HDR visuals.
Information on Destiny 2‘s enhancements have been a little harder to come by, though we do know it’s frame-rate will be capped at 30 fps, even on the Xbox One X. However, given that it’s getting an upgrade to HDR on the PlayStation 4 Pro, it’s likely we’ll see at least that on the Xbox One X as well.
Source: TrueAchievements on Twitter