Microsoft has finally revealed the next console in the Xbox lineage, the Xbox One X. FormerlyÂ known as Project Scorpio,Â Microsoft is touting the Xbox One X as the most powerful console to ever be made. It’ll allow you to play games in true 4K and features a whopping 6 teraflops of computing goodness and 12 GB of GDDR5 Ram. In layman’sÂ terms, this kitty canÂ purr. Take a gander at the clip below for the official reveal.You can nab one of these bad boys for $499 comeÂ November 7, 2017.[brightcove video_id=”5469582353001″ brightcove_account_id=”3653334524001″ brightcove_player_id=”rJs2ZD8xâ€]As Microsoft promised, this console will be completely backwards compatible with Xbox One games, so you don’t have to worry about starting your X collection from scratch. The new hardware is also compatible with all of your Xbox One accessories. Microsoft is really doing this right. You’ll also notice that the console looks a lot like the Xbox One S, but it’s actually smaller. What kind of engineering black magic they conjured to make this happen is beyond me.Those that haven’t upgraded to a 4K have nothing to worry about because the X will help your current games run better as well with quicker load times and minor upgrades. It’s something.
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