The games will join titles such as Knights of the Old Republic, Red Faction II, Psychonauts, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, and more. With the release of the Xbox One X, players will be able to experience them at up to 16 times the pixel count.
However, Microsoft is making it abundantly clear that these are not remasters. Though there are some tweaks for modern TVs, the content and graphics of the games will remain the same. The idea is to keep the same elements gamers love while unifying the console experience.
As such, you'll be able to put discs straight into the Xbox One and play, if you still have them. If you don't own the disc, they'll be a reasonable $9.99 on the Microsoft Store.
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Unfortunately, online multiplayer won't be available, nor will other Xbox Live services. Of course, nor will achievements, because they didn't exist then.
For fans of these classics, however, it still will be a welcome addition. Once library grows, you won't have to switch between two consoles, but that's still a while away.
However, with Microsoft seemingly embracing its feature and pushing more titles, that could easily change. Alongside original Xbox titles, Assassin's Creed, Fallout 3, Halo 3 and Oblivion will all get Xbox One X Enhanced releases next month.