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Square Enix has revealed the enhancements that Nixxes Software is working on for Rise of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One X.

According to the publisher, Rise of the Tomb Raider will “leverage the full power of Xbox One X with settings that gamers can tailor to their taste.”

Players using Microsoft’s new console will be able to choose from three visual settings: Native 4K (3840 x 2160), Enhanced Visuals, or High Frame Rate. As well as these modes, the following improvements have been made to the game:

  • HDR display support for more vibrant and accurate color representation technology
  • Spatial audio support, including Dolby Atmos®, for true 3D audio
  • Enhanced texture resolution for Lara Croft®, NPCs, and environments, leveraging additional memory offered by the Xbox One X
  • Improved anti-aliasing for immersive realistic details
  • Improved volumetric lights
  • Improved reflections
  • Enhanced foliage
  • Upgraded polygonal detail
  • Amplified texture filtering

These improvements will be added to the game via a free update in time for the console’s launch on November 7th, 2017.

Earlier this week, Microsoft revealed that more than 100 games are being enhanced for Xbox One X, including Anthem, Gears of War 4, Halo 5: Guardians, Need for Speed Payback, and more. Take a look at the full list here.

The Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition is available to pre-order now for $499.

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How Rise of the Tomb Raider is being enhanced for Xbox One X

Square Enix has detailed the upgrades that Xbox One X owners will be able to enjoy in Rise of the Tomb Raider.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/22/2017 08:31 AM PT

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Square Enix has revealed the enhancements that Nixxes Software is working on for Rise of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One X.

According to the publisher, Rise of the Tomb Raider will “leverage the full power of Xbox One X with settings that gamers can tailor to their taste.”

Players using Microsoft’s new console will be able to choose from three visual settings: Native 4K (3840 x 2160), Enhanced Visuals, or High Frame Rate. As well as these modes, the following improvements have been made to the game:

  • HDR display support for more vibrant and accurate color representation technology
  • Spatial audio support, including Dolby Atmos®, for true 3D audio
  • Enhanced texture resolution for Lara Croft®, NPCs, and environments, leveraging additional memory offered by the Xbox One X
  • Improved anti-aliasing for immersive realistic details
  • Improved volumetric lights
  • Improved reflections
  • Enhanced foliage
  • Upgraded polygonal detail
  • Amplified texture filtering

These improvements will be added to the game via a free update in time for the console’s launch on November 7th, 2017.

Earlier this week, Microsoft revealed that more than 100 games are being enhanced for Xbox One X, including Anthem, Gears of War 4, Halo 5: Guardians, Need for Speed Payback, and more. Take a look at the full list here.

The Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition is available to pre-order now for $499.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89