Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

New Xbox One X Announced November Release

The no-nonsense black box of gaming power is about as simple as it comes where the hardware is concerned, but based on the gameplay we saw at the Microsoft presser yesterday, the Xbox One X is now the most powerful console in the world, in terms of specs.

Mike Ybarra recently gave an interview to TechRadar where he revealed some interesting details about Xbox One X. To start off, Ybarra compared the console to a $1,500 gaming machine.

"The money-making part is in selling games", he said, showing that Microsoft will rely on titles to drive up its profit from the Xbox One X. "The focus I had on this show was games you're going to get to play in the next year".

This is especially confusing because Microsoft claims all games, even those that haven't been enhanced, will still perform better on the Xbox One X compared to other Xbox One models. Recently Corporate Vice President at Xbox, Mike Ybarra talked a little about the upcoming features and updates planned for the Xbox One X in his tweets.

According to the U.S. technology firm the Xbox One X is the world's most powerful console with 40% more grunt than anything now on the market.

Speaking to Eurogamer, Spencer was asked whether he is anxious about the Xbox One X costing $100 (£78) more than the PS4 Pro. The higher powered Xbox One X costs about $499.

Xbox One X is releasing on November 7 for $500. The One X does support 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, which is a huge bonus for a lot of consumers, especially if they own a 4K TV but haven't yet invested in a standalone 4K Blu-ray player. I think about the consoles in the market today, whether it's PS4, original Xbox One, S, Pro, it's all kind of closer in spec.

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 debuted in 2013. One of those looks awesome and the other is the new Assassin's Creed game. Let us know if you will pre-order Xbox One X, and what are your expectations from the console by commenting in the comments section below.

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