One of the most popular franchises in gaming is to be upgraded as the Minecraft Xbox One X Enhanced release is confirmed as the official tracking list on Xbox has it noted. The game is listed as being "In Development" for an enhancement and that isn't surprising since it is a first party title. Being showcased initially with the Xbox One X as what they’re aiming for in terms of improvements, it has been delayed a lot. For now we have basic details as its "In Development" with support for a 4k resolution at 60fps and HDR support. With this release it's also unlikely to support VRR.
The game will be enhanced whenever they’re able to achieve the necessary revamps. For context, Minecraft is the very well known Mojang title. It’s one of the biggest games in the world and continues to grow. It features full cross-play support across almost all modern platforms. It’s a massive game of block building across various modes; worlds and activities. There are almost unlimited options for playing and experiencing this wondrous title. It continues to grow and get support with regularly releasing content. Recent additions include Aquatic revamps; pandas and even villagers. The Minecraft Xbox One X enhanced releases on an unknown date on Xbox One platforms.
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