At this year's E3, Microsoft finally revealed the newest version of their Xbox One. When it comes to storage, both, XBOX One X and PS4 Pro are at par with 1TB. Project Scorpio is officially the Xbox One X, and will arrive on November 7, 2017.
Microsoft has unveiled its newest game console, the Xbox One X. However, despite-or, perhaps, because of-its high price tag, the company is not making any profit from it yet, reports said. There are definitely people who have a 4K TV and who are itching for a game console that can take advantage of it. I'm gonna bet a large percentage of those people have a current-generation console already.
However, like all good things that came up during Microsoft's E3 press conference, there's a lot of finer details that weren't discussed or brought to light until after all the praise had been heaped upon them.
"I think our industry is better and stronger when Nintendo is strong [.] I really believe that".
Time will tell, but it's hard to see the Xbox One X being a blistering success story right out of the gate. "I don't think we want to see the death of games that have a beginning, a middle, and an end". "I think if you start taking away some of those items, people will say, 'Well, what were your goals?' And that's an area that we don't want that confusion to exist".
Spencer said the firm is planning on running the two systems, the One and the One X, in parallel from November when the X launches. However, on this front, PC's are easier to upgrade even thought it might prove you to be costly.
Aesthetically, the Xbox One X isn't much to look at - it's essentially a smooth black box. Not the PlayStation 4 Pro's kind of 4K, which employs techniques and clever processing to deliver 4K resolution, but true, native 4K gaming - sometimes even at 60 fps. Spencer expects similar adoption for the Xbox One X. The upcoming game is created to be made available on all platforms including the newly announced Xbox One X as well as PC.
From where he's sitting, though, that wouldn't be a problem.