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Apex Legends Xbox One X Enhanced

February 4, 2019 at 8:10pm

Respawn's free to play Battle Royale Titanfall spin-off is to be upgraded as the Apex Legends Xbox One X Enhanced release is confirmed as the official tracking list on Xbox has it noted. The game is listed as being "Available Now" for an enhancement and that isn't surprising since the previous titles from the group have been enhanced as they release. Furthermore, that EA has been very supportive of enhancing their new releases. For now we have basic details as its "Now Available" with support for an enhanced resolution and no HDR support, it features 60fps during gameplay with a 30fps launch into the battlefield. With this release it's also unlikely to support VRR.

The game will be enhanced right upon launch as opposed to post. For context, Apex Legends is a free to play battle royale title that is set within the Titanfall universe. It was supposed to be a mode in Titanfall 3, but that was cancelled and this was then spun-off. It features class based heroes and a focus on cooperative play. Drop in together in games of sixty players that are set within groups for combative coop action. Work together, and try to be the last ones standing as you battle it out for loot domination. The Apex Legends Xbox One X enhanced releases on February 4, 2019 on Xbox One platforms.

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner