Last week saw the arrival of the highly anticipated Xbox One X, which reported strong sales in the UK. According to Windows Central, the latest gaming console from Microsoft is its most powerful yet, and more games are offering 4K support for the new console. The latest studio to announce such support for the Xbox One X is Blizzard, which announced that they're "excited with great possibilities Xbox One X opens," VG247 reported. Here's what they had to say about their plans for the new console, in terms of the studio's massively popular multiplayer online first-person shooter video game, "Overwatch."

Blizzard already planning 4K support

Blizzard has just released a statement saying that the "Overwatch" team is hard at work "exploring how the game experience can be enhanced" in the Xbox One X, so that players can "leverage the console’s incredible hardware." According to VG247, the studio is also "working on implementing 4K resolution" in "Overwatch" for players who have switched to the Xbox One X.

They added that it was "very important" for them to ensure that the UI looks "natural" on larger screens.

Release date of 4K support and update

While Blizzard has hinted at 4K support for the new Xbox One X for "Overwatch," it's too early to tell when the studio can release the update. The studio had already provided 4K support for their other widely popular games, including "Call of Duty: WWII" and the recently-released "Destiny 2." According to Comic Book, Blizzard is committed to providing 4K support for their games, as they've already released a PlayStation 4 Pro update recently, which improved the user interface without changing the actual resolution of the game. It is possible that the studio is planning the same strategy for the Xbox One X 4k support update.

More plans for 'Overwatch'

Aside from providing 4K support for "Overwatch" players on Xbox One X, Blizzard is also busy making more plans for the franchise. Forbes reported that Activision consumer products division head Tim Kilpin hinted on how the studio is further expanding the franchise. He admitted that the studio would "very much" want to make an "Overwatch" movie.

He explained, "These franchises exist across multiple platforms, so it's not just the game as a driver, but it's linear content [movies and TV] as a way to expand the audience and expand the opportunity." This isn't the first time a game makes its way to the big screen, and it would be interesting to see how "Overwatch" would translate to a film, if these plans do push through.