Microsoft gave the world its first look at the console officially named Xbox One X today during its E3 2017 press briefing. Previously called by its codename, Project Scorpio, the fresh console looks very like the dev kit version that was unveiled earlier this spring. Its name change does be a bit of a surprise given how smitten the majority of us were with calling it the ‘Scorpio,’ but things change, and we’re wanting to move into your immediate future now.
The Xbox One X, run by its much-touted 6 teraflops of processing power, are able to do playing games fully 4K ultra high-definition. Several games were shown off during Microsoft’s conference, which include Anthem, Forza Motorsport 7, while others that will make use of your Xbox One X’s capabilities, and appearance good while working.
As was formerly announced, the Xbox One X shall be backwards works with all Xbox One games and accessories. Now it’s time to choose as to whether you aren’t you’ll prefer to buy an?Xbox One X when it hits store shelves later this holiday season.
Microsoft will launch Xbox One X on November 7. Goodbye, Project Scorpio, and hello Xbox One X! It’s great in order to reach you.
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