After initially putting its fans on the edge of their seats with the talk of Project Scorpio at its latest E3 event, Microsoft has finally taken the curtains off and introduced us to its latest and upcoming 4K console – the Xbox One X, which is set to be released on November 7, and will be worth $499, as it was reported. We have already become familiar with a number of the console’s features, including backward compatibility, and processing power, which, as per Microsoft, make the console their most powerful game console as of date. And in all honesty, there isn’t much of an argument here, as this beauty is indeed very powerful.
Even though this is the most powerful Xbox as of yet, it is also the smallest Xbox as of yet. The console is also capable of 4K gaming, however, there is much more to this console than meets the eye. The fact that the console has HDR video quality, and Premium Dolby Atmos, means that the console is much more than just a gaming console. It is a full living room entertainment experience.
The console is present with 12 GB of RAM, and a very positive 326 GB/s of memory bandwidth. The console is extremely powerful, as advertised really. There will also be a presence of a liquid chamber you usually find on servers, in order to cool down the powerful entrails of the console.
Microsoft also stated that the Xbox will be capable of a thing called ‘supersampling’. This basically means that users would not necessarily have to have a 4K TV in order to enjoy the new video quality, as this is also achievable to a certain extent on a 1080p set, as well. The company also provided good news for users who have previously owned an Xbox one, and have the games at their disposal. The old games will be compatible with the latest Xbox One X. Also, new titles will be compatible with the versions that came before, you just won’t get the full 4K experience.