Microsoft has unveiled their new high-end Xbox console yesterday at the E3 game conference. It’s basically a new revamped version of Xbox that’s capable of rendering content in 4K and HDR and has much more powerful internals.
The new Xbox One X comes with 12GB of DDR5 RAM and 2,5 inch 1TB of storage to store all of your multimedia and games files.
The processor features an 8-core custom AMD CPU that is clocked at 2.3 GHz and a 6 Teraflop GPU of 40 customised compute units that at clocked at 1172MHz.
It also has a UHD Blu-Ray optical disc drive for 4K content and has WiFi, Bluetooth and Infra Red.
Overall, the new Xbox’s CPU is 30% faster while the GPU 4.6 times more powerful than the original Xbox One.
Some of the titles that were announced as “Xbox Exclusives” were the: Forza Motorsport 7, Sea of Thieves, Metro, Assasin’s Creed Origins and Crackdown 3.
The Xbox One X will be smaller than the previously unveiled Xbox One S and the original Xbox One.
It will come with the same accessories as the original console including the original controller and other IOs.
The Xbox One X will be available on 7 November worldwide for $499 in US, £449 in UK, CAD 599, AUD 649 and €499 in Europe.