November 2017's Games With Gold Has Nothing For Xbox One X Gamers

Lynne Hanson
October 29, 2017

Major Nelson has today announced the new free Xbox games Live subscription members can enjoy during the month of November 2017. The first will be available for Xbox One owners while the second will be available for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners.

Battlefield 1 on Xbox One now sports a dynamically scaling resolution, meaning that the game should more consistently hit its target resolution when played on the console. ($9.99 ERP): Available November 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360, Deadfall Adventure ($39.99 ERP): Available November 16 to 30 on Xbox One and Xbox 360. While the console is compatible with all existing Xbox One games, certain titles are being updated with various enhancements to take advantage of the console's additional resources. You could see this option under Ready to Install option.

Obviously gamers were not pleased with the paltry offerings at all, especially coming off so many great games Microsoft had offered to gamers in the past. There will be a number of other games which you can also play right with this membership. Much as with the backwards compatibility roll out for Xbox 360 games that Microsoft performed in 2015, fans of the system have been cheering this on.

The new console is ever-so-slightly larger than the Xbox One S, which means that it doesn't even come close to the size of the original Xbox One.

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Xbox 360's Deadfall Adventures is now available to play on your Xbox One, and if you haven't made it part of your digital library, you'll soon have the chance.

We're now just a week and a half away from the launch of the Xbox One X, a machine that Microsoft says is the world's most powerful gaming console.

Since the Xbox One X unveiling, Electronic Arts has been hesitant to confirm any form of visual upgrades specifically implemented with the console in mind.

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