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All Xbox Series X games playable at 60 FPS and 4K

The new generation of Microsoft allows you to enjoy video games by taking advantage of the maximum technological capabilities of its new consoles. By choosing any of its platforms, we can enjoy automatic improvements in the games already known and those to come. Today we want to focus our attention on all Xbox Series X games playable at 60 FPS and 4K resolution, something that was unthinkable in the previous generation.

Although Xbox Series S, its little sister, has spectacular power, it is weaker in terms of resolution (although it also moves some games to 4K) so we leave it out of this list. Keep in mind that the games chosen are those that can be used with these capabilities right now. Patches and updates will arrive as has happened recently with games like The Division 2, so keep that in mind.

The Xbox Series X games that we can enjoy at 4K and 60 FPS

You must also add all the backwards compatible games of Xbox 360 and Xbox One that take advantage of the automatic improvements of the console to offer this double of resolution and frame rate. These are all current video games that we can play on Xbox Series X with a minimum resolution of 4K (we include those that incorporate dynamically) at 60 images per second.

  • ARK: Survival Evolved – 4K y 60FPS
  • The Ascent – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Borderlands 3 – 4K and 60 FPS in graphics mode
  • Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War – 4K and 60 FPS or dynamic 4K and 120 FPS
  • Call of the Sea – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Dead by Daylight – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Destiny 2 – 4K y 60 FPS (1080p y 120 FPS en PVP)
  • Devil May Cry V: Special Edition – 4K and 60 FPS in graphics mode
  • Dirt 5 – 4K and 60 FPS in graphics mode
  • The Falconeer – 4K y 60 FPS
  • For Honor – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Fortnite – 4K and 60 FPS in graphics mode
  • Forza Horizon 4 – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Forza Motorsport 7 – 4K y 60 FPS
  • FIFA 21 – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Gears Tactics – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Gears 5 – Dynamic 4K and 60 FPS
  • Grounded – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Halo 5: Guardians – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection – 4K dynamic and 120 FPS
  • Immortals: Fenyx Rising – Dynamic 4K and 60 FPS
  • Marvel’s Avengers – 4K and 60 FPS in performance mode
  • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom – 4K y 120 FPS
  • Monster Hunter World – 4K and 60 FPS in resolution mode
  • NBA 2K21 – 4K y 60 FPS
  • No Man’s Sky – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Orphan of the Machine – 4K y 120 FPS
  • Overcooked! All you can eat – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Planetside 2 – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Rainbow Six Siege – Native 4K and 60 FPS or dynamic 4K and 120 FPS
  • Rocket League – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Rogue Company – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Riders Republic – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Sea of Thieves – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Star Wars: Squadrons – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Have got has got – 4K y 60 FPS
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – 4K and 60 FPS (after the last patch)
  • The Touryst – 4K y 120 FPS
  • Warframe – 4K y 60 FPS
  • WRC 9 – 4K y 60 FPS

There will be many more games that allow us to enjoy this winning combo of images per second and resolution, which until the arrival of the new consoles was unthinkable on many occasions. Have you already taken advantage of the new generation of Xbox Series to enjoy any of these video games? Worth? We will see how the generation continues to develop once it is more established, to see if these performance factors are still given as much importance over the greater visual realism.

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Kim Diaz

Kim recently joined the team, and she writes for the Headline column of the website. She has done major in English, and a having a diploma in Journalism.

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