The Xbox One X was revealed by Microsoft at its E3 press conference.
Previously known as “Project Scorpio”, it is reportedly the “smallest Xbox ever”. However, do not be deceived by its look as it has 40% more power than its competitors, claims Microsoft.
Boasting 4K gaming and VR capabilities, it comes equipped with an eight-core Custom AMD CPU for smoother gameplay, a 12GB GDDR5 graphic memory for better performance, and 326 GB/sec memory bandwidth for faster load times.
In addition, all existing Xbox One games and accessories will work on the One X. In fact, Microsoft claims that they will perform even better on the new console.
The Xbox One X drops in stores on 7 November 2017 for US$499 (approx. S$690). To learn more, watch the video above or visit Microsoft’s website.