Top 10 Xbox Series X Games That Have Amazing Graphics Performance on the Console

Published 10/24/2021, 4:06 PM EDT


The PlayStation 5 seems to have taken the community by storm and is at the center of attention right now. However, Xbox does not seem to lag behind in terms of visually stunning games. Fable and State of Decay are some of the more awaited games. However, is yet to reveal any content or gameplay.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

And the community has been talking about how there is, in fact, a long list of games that would look absolutely breathtaking on the Xbox Series X.

Watch Story: The Best Games to Play if you Love Dark Souls

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Upcoming Stunning Xbox Series X games

 Crossfire X

The game originally started out as a tactical- shooter in 2007. It has, however, received a heavy visual facelift, to say the least. The multiplayer game mode is undergoing significant upgrades, and it looks amazing. The improvements are about lighting, reflections, and texture qualities. The campaign in itself is amazing as well. And the game will certainly provide a fresh experience for all players.

Halo: Infinite

Even though this fan-favorite had somewhat of a disappointing reveal; the reveal had little to no campaign gameplay. Recent screenshots and feedback from the recent beta tests have solidified the fact that the game will look amazing.

Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 4 was released in September 2018. It also received a 4k 60 fps patch for the Xbox Series X. Even after 3 years, it is still an incredible-looking game. The upcoming title aims to go above and beyond with the increase in environmental variety. From the barren location of La Grande Caldera volcano to the lush tropical coast, each set piece is a visual treat.

Bright Memory: Infinite

By being on Unreal Engine 4, Bright Memory immediately garnered attention because of its texture quality. The abundant weather effects and environmental details were something on a different level as well. The destructive and dynamic environments look quite sharp as well.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2: Heart of Chernobyl

All the S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 footage seen so far has been quite impressive. The game appears to have an exceptionally high polygon count for the characters. The animation and the skin rendering look really smooth as well.

Scorn

The upcoming first-person horror game seems to have everything going for it visually. From the flesh-covered environment to the creatures emerging from them, the game looks gross, and that’s a compliment.

Gears 5

Gears 5 is one of the best titles available for Xbox One. It, however, on the Series X, is impressive on a completely different level. Not only has a dynamic 4k resolution, the game also supports 120fps. The improvements in lighting and shadows make it a worthy contender even for PCs.

Psychonauts 2 

It is worth knowing that this game was released for other platforms as well. However, the best version is seen on the Series X. The work done in the art design environments is top-natch. The bonus of having 4k 60 fps is just the cherry on top.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

From the limited footage the community has been exposed to, this game looks very impressive. Accompanied with dynamic lighting, this dark sci-fi aesthetic seems top-notch.

Control: Ulitmate Edition

This game has had its own share of problems on last-gen platforms and the complete potential of the game was not explored. The upscaled 4k experience offers this sci-fi shooter a stunning environment to look at.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

These are some games that would look great running on the Xbox Series X.

DIVE DEEPER

Massive Rumors Point Towards Exciting Announcements at PlayStation State of Play October 2021

about 1 month ago

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

ADVERTISEMENT

Tanmay Gupta

122 articles

Tanmay is an Esports writer at EssentiallySports. Pursuing his Bachelor’s in Journalism at Christ University Bangalore, he is passionate about video games and the stories they tell. He also has a keen interest in analyzing video games and writing about them.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT