Microsoft just officially announced the Xbox One X at E3, formerly known as Xbox Scorpio.
Xbox One X will launch worldwide on November 7th, 2017. Not only will the One X be the most powerful console ever with eight-core CPU, six-teraflop GPU, and 12GB of GDDR5 RAM it is also the smallest of the Xbox family. Xbox One X will render 4K resolution and perform supersampling on 1080p displays. Head of Xbox Hardware Engineering Kareem Choudhry also revealed that the Xbox One X has a liquid-cooled vapor chamber, typically used for servers and high-end PC cards. All Xbox One S and Xbox One games will be compatible with the new X system.
The Xbox Scorpio was first announced at E3 in 2016. The current rumored price for the X is $499. We will update the information as it becomes available or it this price changes. Pre-Order links are already up throughout various websites such as Amazon and Best Buy. Numerous exclusive titles are also in the process of being announced.
Are you watching the E3 conference? If so, what did you think of the Xbox One X reveal? Is the $499 price tag too high or do you think the system warrants that price? Be sure to let us know in the comments below and continue checking back for our ongoing coverage of E3 2017.
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