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    Xbox Series X Games

    What types of games are available on Xbox Series X?

    The Xbox Series X is home to a variety of games from third-party publishers big and small from all genres. You’ll enjoy games ranging from AAA titles such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and CyberPunk 2077 to indie games like Tunic and The Falconeer on Xbox Series X.

    Furthermore, you will be able to choose from and play thousands of games across four generations. And, games marked with an optimized for Xbox Series X badge mean that they take full advantage of the unique capabilities of the Series X.

    Are games backwards compatible with previous Xbox consoles?

    The Xbox Series X is backwards compatible from all previous generations of Xbox hardware. This means that thousands of games from the original Xbox all the way up to Xbox One are compatible and playable on the Xbox Series X.

    Additionally, compatible games run natively on the Series X, which means that they use the full power of the Xbox Series X. As a result, you can expect increased visual quality, higher frame rates, shorter load times and some games will have HDR support added.

    Many new games support Smart Delivery, which means if you buy a game on Xbox One you’ll get it for free on Xbox Series X when you upgrade. You’ll always have the best version of the game for the platform you are playing on. It is important to note that unless a game includes the Xbox One version, Xbox Series X games are not playable on previous Xbox consoles.

    Will there be digital & physical versions of Xbox Series X games available?

    The majority of Xbox Series X games will have both digital and physical versions of games. There are however games that might only feature a digital version that can be downloaded and installed directly from the Xbox Series X. These are generally indie games that to help reduce costs, only get a digital release.

    Will there be Xbox Series X exclusive games?

    Xbox are handling exclusive games from their first-party studios differently than other consoles are. Game titles from their Xbox Game Studios group that release over the next couple of years, such as Halo Infinite, will be available on Xbox Series X and Xbox One.

    However, third-party developers can decide if they want to make their games run only on Xbox Series X or on Xbox One as well.

    Xbox Series X Games

    What types of games are available on Xbox Series X?

    The Xbox Series X is home to a variety of games from third-party publishers big and small from all genres. You’ll enjoy games ranging from AAA titles such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and CyberPunk 2077 to indie games like Tunic and The Falconeer on Xbox Series X.

    Furthermore, you will be able to choose from and play thousands of games across four generations. And, games marked with an optimized for Xbox Series X badge mean that they take full advantage of the unique capabilities of the Series X.

    Are games backwards compatible with previous Xbox consoles?

    The Xbox Series X is backwards compatible from all previous generations of Xbox hardware. This means that thousands of games from the original Xbox all the way up to Xbox One are compatible and playable on the Xbox Series X.

    Additionally, compatible games run natively on the Series X, which means that they use the full power of the Xbox Series X. As a result, you can expect increased visual quality, higher frame rates, shorter load times and some games will have HDR support added.

    Many new games support Smart Delivery, which means if you buy a game on Xbox One you’ll get it for free on Xbox Series X when you upgrade. You’ll always have the best version of the game for the platform you are playing on. It is important to note that unless a game includes the Xbox One version, Xbox Series X games are not playable on previous Xbox consoles.

    Will there be digital & physical versions of Xbox Series X games available?

    The majority of Xbox Series X games will have both digital and physical versions of games. There are however games that might only feature a digital version that can be downloaded and installed directly from the Xbox Series X. These are generally indie games that to help reduce costs, only get a digital release.

    Will there be Xbox Series X exclusive games?

    Xbox are handling exclusive games from their first-party studios differently than other consoles are. Game titles from their Xbox Game Studios group that release over the next couple of years, such as Halo Infinite, will be available on Xbox Series X and Xbox One.

    However, third-party developers can decide if they want to make their games run only on Xbox Series X or on Xbox One as well.