Xbox One X 4K Gaming Console Almost On Pre-Order According To Microsoft Exec


The Console that Was Promised by Microsoft at E3 2016, is close to have a pre-sale date announcement according to the very chief of Xbox development, Phil Spencer.

If you are one of those eager to get your hands on the yet-to-be most powerful console in the planet, you’ll be glad to know that Phil Spencer just revealed on his Twitter account that the Xbox One X is almost here for pre-order.

Our plan is set for this. All approvals are done so now just landing the announce with all the info, won’t be too much longer.

— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) 24 de julio de 2017

Additionally, according to the Xbox boss, retailers might offer bundles that would include the Xbox One X and 4K HDR television sets, meaning one further enticement for consumers to buy this powerhouse 4K UHD gaming platform.. Meanwhile some retailers like Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, and Target have been starting to offer the One X on listing pages on their own websites, allowing interested users to add the console to their wish list or opt-in for an email notification when the product becomes available.

The Xbox One X was built as a response to the fast-growing acceptance of the PlayStation 4 Pro, and although both consoles are capable of running games at 4k resolution and offer improved virtual reality performance, the Xbox One X busts out some significant advantages over the PS4 Pro and all its own Xbox One predecessors such as the upscaled 4K-capable Xbox One S. While the PS4 Pro’s GPU only has 4.2 teraflops of graphical computing performance, the Xbox One X will be dropping higher frame rates at 4K with its built in 6 teraflops, not to mention the higher RAM and a much faster processor core. In essence, the Onne X is expected to deliver 4K PC GPU-like UHD gaming performance

The Xbox One X promises a stunning level of ultra HD 4K gaming detail

The Xbox One X promises a stunning level of ultra HD 4K gaming detail

It was at E3 2016 when Microsoft first announced that they were working on a very ambitious project in which games would swiftly run in 4K UHD resolution. After that, some leaks revealed the capabilities of the mysterious console and what could we expect from what was at that time till known only as “Project Scorpio”. A year later at the most recent E3 on 2017, Microsoft finally unveiled the definitive Xbox One X during a major media presentation, where they also specified the device’s upcoming starting retail price of $499 USD and that it will hit the shells worldwide on November 7th of 2017.


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