Best Xbox One X-Enhanced Games for $20 or Less

Best Xbox One X-Enhanced Games for $20 or Less

The Xbox One X has been on the market for the better part of a year, and the hardware has proven to be more than capable. Many existing titles have seen small performance improvements automatically, but the big draw has always been Xbox One X-optimized releases. That’s where that 4K TV will really shine.

Microsoft maintains a massive list of existing and upcoming X-enhanced games, and a huge chunk are the big full-price titles you’d expect. Those look incredible on a UHD TV, but after spending big on a new console and 4K set, paying $60 a pop for a bunch of brand new games is a tough sell for many of us. Thankfully, there are plenty of affordable games that natively support the high-res goodness of the Xbox One X.

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