Studio Wildcard has revealed what we can expect from the Xbox One X version of Ark: Survival Evolved, which is one of the many titles listed for enhancements.
One of the things we can look forward to is HDR, and there will be two settings to choose from, one with a resolution of 1440p and a frame-rate of 30 FPS, or 1080p and twice the frame-rate (60 FPS). We can also look forward to shorter loading times as well as better memory management too.
Here's what else the press release has to say on the matter: "The Xbox One X has increased RAM, 60-70% more RAM compared to the Xbox One, which will help to eliminate out of memory issues. It also means faster loading times and better streaming due to a faster hard-drive and the ability to cache data into RAM (coming November 7) that will allow faster and better access to repeat files. The Xbox One X will eliminate the host tether in local splitscreen mode and will increase the tether range in non-dedicated mode. Unfortunately we were unable to remove the tether completely due to CPU limitations, but we hope that players will benefit from the increased range."
Unfortunately, the Xbox Play Anywhere feature and crossplay are delayed, but will be released sometime next month. Is this a game you're seriously considering getting for the Xbox One X though?