The list of Xbox One X-enhanced titles continues to grow, as two more games have now been updated to take advantage of the console’s extra horsepower. Today, Bethesda rolled out free updates for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition and Fallout 4, which add 4K support and other visual enhancements to the acclaimed open-world RPGs.
As the publisher previously detailed, both titles now support 4K and dynamic resolution following today’s update. Fallout 4 also now boasts enhanced god ray effects and enhanced draw distances for objects, NPCs, grass, and trees. You can take a look at a pair of screenshots from both titles that showcase their 4K enhancements below.
Similar updates have also been released for a number of other Bethesda titles, including Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Dishonored 2 and Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, and The Evil Within 2. The latter game removed the 30 FPS framerate lock and a has higher framerate overall on Xbox One X, while both Dishonored titles feature 4K textures, improved shadow quality and draw distances, and more enhancements.
Bethesda has also already released an update for The Elder Scrolls Online. The MMO features native 4K and HDR support on Xbox One X, as well as improved view distance, water reflections, and shadows. Bethesda’s acclaimed shooter Doom will also receive Xbox One X enhancements, though the publisher hasn’t yet detailed what those will entail. You can see all the Xbox One X-enhanced games in our full list.