It was just the other day we reported that more than 130 titles have been confirmed as being enhanced when played on Xbox One X. There are both older and yet unreleased games in the massive list, but one game that isn't present is one that most people probably expect will get 4K support - namely Call of Duty: WWII, which is released only four days ahead of Xbox One X.
As you likely know, Sony has a marketing deal for the game and it's really not in their best interest to have Activision revealing whether the game is better on a competing format. But now Activision has released a picture of the boxart for Xbox One and thanks to that we now know it's going to be improved on the new console. Both 4K support and HDR will be present and it's clearly marked "Xbox One X Enhanced".
We don't know yet if this means native 4K or upscaling, or how this version fares against PlayStation 4 Pro, but we'll surely get back to this in the near future.
Call of Duty: WWII is released on November 3 and Xbox One X four days later.
Thanks, Windows Central.