It’s E3 season and Microsoft has unveiled it’s latest generation of gaming console, the Xbox One X. After months of leaks and speculations, Microsoft’s Project Scorpio will finally be hitting shelves on 7th November with a price tag of $499.
Dubbed as the most powerful console, it beats it’s closest competitor by and large. Here is some quick spec comparison:
- CPU: 2.3 GHz eight core custom processor compared to eight core 2.1 GHz Jaguar processor in PS4 Pro
- RAM: 12 Gigs of GDDR5 compared to 8 Gigs in PS4 Pro
- Bandwidth: 326 GBps compared to 218 GBps in PS4 Pro
- GPU: 1172 MHz compared to 911 MHz in PS4 Pro
Here is the trailer of Xbox One X from E3 2017 floor:
The USP of the new Xbox One X is the Scorpio engine which allows legacy titles to run in native 4K at 60FPS. If true 4K UHD gaming is your thing, then at $499 is what you need. There will be a host of titles ready at your disposal like the Forza Motorsport 7 and Crackdown 3, when the Xbox One X goes on sale in November. Here is a gallery of the newly launched Xbox One X. Let us know your thoughts below.