The New XBOX Has Been Revealed And It's Next Level Awesome

Posted June 12, 2017

Sales of Xbox consoles now remain significantly behind those of the newer PlayStation models, which rumours suggest may be set to receive a price cut at Sony's E3 announcement on Monday. However Microsoft continues to please retro-gamers with its backwards compatibility with older Xbox titles.

Microsoft has finally presented the Xbox One X, a new iteration of its Xbox One console which is able to run games at true 4K resolution.

It'll do that with a 1.172Ghz GPU capable of 6 teraflops of performance and 12GB of GDDR5 memory outputting at a memory bandwidth of 326GB/sec.

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The Xbox One X is also the smallest Xbox One ever, which is a great accomplishment considering the specs.

Spencer also announced that Microsoft will update its library of 385 Xbox 360 titles, that are compatible with the Xbox One console series, so that classic favourites like "Crimson Skies" will also "look better and play better", later in 2017. If you are going to buy any one of the consoles, the Xbox One X doesn't launch until November this year while the Pro Playstation 4 is already in stores. That makes it £250 more than the base-level Xbox One S and £100 more than the PS4 Pro. They pulled a Sony and just went games games games bleeding into one another. The company announced the newest system set to hit the market later this year in the Xbox One X.

The Xbox One X is the real name for the Project Scorpio console. Nvidia's latest card, the 1080 TI, cranks out almost double the teraflops as the Xbox One X (and costs about $600). Some games that were confirmed to support the One X before today include Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Call of Duty, FIFA, Madden, Battlefront 2, Middle Earth: Shadow of War and Red Dead Redemption 2.