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13 Juin 2017

The full reveal of the Xbox One X, previously known as Project Scorpio, was one of the most-wanted aspects of Microsoft's E3 2017 press conference, and the conference itself certainly didn't disappoint. The big news for hardcore gamers is the fact that it is considerably more powerful than the PlayStation Pro 4, and will run new and old Xbox games in 4k at a brisk 60 frames per second. The other headlining news is that the Xbox One X will be released in all Xbox One markets starting 7 November, priced at $499 United States dollars / 449 GBP / 499 Euro / 599 CAD/ 649 AUD. They may use the most recent developer tools or come up with different tricks to enhance their games for the new Xbox. The company did announce 42 new games to go with the console, however.

Apparently, the Xbox one X is a monster on the inside.

Meant to rival Playstation's PS4 Pro, which also has 4K capabilities, the Xbox One X boasts more RAM than the Sony console and improved graphics processing.

Fellow gaming giants Nintendo and Sony are among those who are also due to unveil a host of new games during E3, while the next game in the Call Of Duty series is also expected to be demoed for the first time.

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Games play better on Xbox One X. The world's most powerful console begins rolling out to all Xbox One markets starting on November 7.

Remarkably, it's also smaller than the existing Xbox One S, which was already 40% smaller than the original Xbox One console launched in 2015. Xbox One is still a great device for us; supporting HDR gaming and the 4K video and the 4K Blu-ray stuff. So the Xbox One S 500GB will sell for $249, and the 1TB bundles get a $299 price tag.

Microsoft's Xbox One X arrives on 7 November with a price of around £450, adds the site.

It is created to be completely compatible with existing Xbox One games, controllers, and accessories, while offering enhancements in terms of visuals on both 4K and standard HD displays, as well as faster loading times.