Project Scorpio Unmasked: Xbox One X

After months upon months of waiting and endless speculation the Xbox One X, for that is its name, has moved into the spotlight. With an impressive six teraflop GPU clocked at 1.72 GHz a second and a 12 GB GDDR5 memory, this new console will be able to perform when it comes to your games!

Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, cited that the Xbox One X has true 4K gaming capabilities, with Dolby Atmos level sound and 4K Blu-ray playback, which means that not only are your games on point but every aspect of entertainment that you utilise the console for.

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Now when it comes to the Xbox One X, a lot of gamers were concerned about losing their favourite games making them reluctant to upgrade. It was announced at the Microsoft conference that all Xbox accessories will work on the Xbox One X. Not only that but all games from the Xbox One will play on the new console, with, faster load times and enhanced visual fidelity. In fact, a technique known as Super Sampling will ensure that the games you play on Xbox One X will still look fantastic on a standard 1080p tv.

Making it even more impressive is the fact that it has a liquid-cooled vapour chamber, in order to prevent it from overheating due to its power. All of this is wrapped up in the smallest Xbox console ever made, which includes the original.

The Xbox One X will be released November 7th, 2017, for the low price of $499, which is a perfect time to pick it up for Christmas.

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