At this point you probably know about the Xbox One X, which is the official name for the beefed-up Xbox One that was previously codenamed Project Scorpio. Microsoft unveiled “the most powerful console ever” yesterday, and it’s set to launch on November 7 for $499.
These hilarious shirts were there for the reveal:
this is borderline occult pic.twitter.com/6aEVi0BdYI
— Nick Robinson (@Babylonian) June 11, 2017
As was this trailer:
Beyond being billed as the “smallest Xbox ever,” the most touted feature of the Xbox One X is its ability to support “True 4K.” While a handful of upcoming games are specifically designed to take advantage of its power, existing Xbox One and Xbox 360 games should see a boost in performance. There will also be updates for recent titles like Final Fantasy XV.
Some of the console launch exclusives on the way include Crackdown 3, Forza Motorsport 7, and Sea of Thieves.
Here are the specs from Microsoft:
In other Xbox One news, backwards compatibility will be getting even better this year with support for original Xbox games. The first to be confirmed is Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge.