Looking for an apples to apples comparison of how an Xbox 360 game can be enhanced by the new Xbox One X hardware? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Below you’ll find two videos showcasing gameplay from Xbox 360 and Xbox One X versions of Halo 3. Both clips show the multiplayer portion of the game.
Halo 3 High Ground – Graphics Comparison Xbox 360 vs Xbox One X
Halo 3 Xbox One Backward Compatibility graphics comparison, Xbox 360 vs. Xbox One X. Map: High Ground.
Halo 3 The Pit – Graphics Comparison Xbox 360 vs Xbox One X
Microsoft has announced that they will be visually enhancing four Xbox 360 games in preparation for the Xbox One X launch next month, allowing you to play them with backwards compatibility.
Microsoft’s Xbox backwards compatibility team is adding Xbox One X-specific enhancements to four high-profile Xbox 360 games that are already playable on Xbox One: Halo 3, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3, and Assassin’s Creed. All four updates will be available for free to anyone who owns the game on November 7, the same day the Xbox One X launches.
Are you excited to experience some old(ish) school games on a advanced system?
In other Xbox One X news, more than 100 titles have already been visually enhanced for Xbox One X, Call of Duty: WWII supporting both 4K and HDR on Xbox One Xwill apparently be , and Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg has discussed supersampling, production and the PUBG beta.
Source: Halo Waypoint