Xbox One X has been unveiled at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017, shedding its previous name as Project Scorpio.
Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, announced at E3 that every game created across the Xbox One family would play better on the Xbox One X. According to Spencer the new console will feature better textures, smoother frame rates and faster load times. Recently Corporate Vice President at Xbox, Mike Ybarra talked a little about the upcoming features and updates planned for the Xbox One X in his tweets. But let's have a look at the differences between the two. He was also asked about the UI for Xbox One X and whether it will be the same as the standard Xbox One. Spencer claims that the Xbox One X is on another level compared to Sony's top end console to date.
Xbox also comes with 12 GB of memory, while PS4 Pro offers only 8 GB.
The Xbox One X will arrive on November 7 with a $499 price tag, which is $100 more than the PlayStation 4 Pro. Consoles have historically failed at this price point, and consumers seem unwilling to accept anything over $399.
"It won't be as big as Xbox 360, I'll tell people that", he said.More news: How Iran's Influence in Persian Gulf Grows Amid Saudi Rift With Qatar
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Although the Xbox One X will indeed outperform the PS4 Pro, Microsoft kind of lacked some major first-party AAA titles during its E3 2017 announcement. "The focus I had on this show was games you're going to get to play in the next year".
Speaking to Giant Bomb (via Gamespot), Spencer said that supporting original Xbox games on Xbox One is more technically challenging than Xbox 360, and touched on the rights issue as another bump in the road.
He said it was partly because it is more hard to tie up rights issues surrounding the old games.
"I don't want to get into all the numbers", Spencer went on to say, "but in aggregate, you should think about the hardware part of the console business is not the money-making part of the business".