Xbox One X at E3, in moving pictures

Both Sony and Microsoft have now released two new versions of their PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles in the past year, presumably in an effort to continue driving sales even when new, generation-defining hardware isn't quite ready. Microsoft says that all the extra muscle will allow for mostly native 4K games, and many able to run at 60 frames per second, as well - like Forza Motorsport 7. He said the new device is the smallest Xbox that has been created, but it offers much more features than the older models. In layman's terms, this makes the Xbox One X 40 percent more powerful than Sony's Playstation 4 Pro.

A 6 teraflops of graphical power, more than its main competitor, the PS4 Pro, with 4.2 teraflops. Xbox One X is set to play all the games compatible with Xbox One as well as all Xbox One accessories are also suitable to use with the Xbox One X. What's better is the enhanced 4K visual that the Xbox One X is offering.

Xbox fans have been on edge since Microsoft first teased "Project Scorpio" (rumored name) at E3 a year ago by sharing just a glimpse of the new hardware.

The Xbox One X will be released worldwide on November 7th with a price starting at United States $499/£449/€499. So it's quite understandable if gamers are immediately wondering if they should even pony up the dough for the Xbox One X at all. It's a step up from the One S, which could only stream video content in 4K, not games. Speaking during the interview, he put the Xbox One X's lead over the PS4 down to the impressive hardware and wide roster of launch games. Out of these 42, 22 were exclusives for the Xbox One, or to the Xbox One and Windows 10. With the unveiling of their new platform, what games can players expect from the Xbox One X?

That being said, I think it will do better than PS4 Pro mainly because it's more powerful and because it has more features like true 4K gaming and 4K Blu Ray disc support.

In case you didn't know, Microsoft finally revealed the important details about Project Scorpio. Speaking of Porsches, the 911 GT2 RS made a surprising world debut at E3 yesterday and will be featured on the game's cover.

  • Carolyn Briggs