Microsoft kicked off their E3 2017 festivities by officially revealing the Scorpio…errâ€¦. Xbox One X. November 7th is the release date with a worldwide launch.
It features the following:
- 6 teraflops at 1.172 ghz
- 12 gb of GDDR5 Memory
- 326GB/sec memory bandwidth
- “Super-Sampling” for use on non 4k TVs
It will reportedly allow titles to produce TRUE 4K 8 millions pixels, Dolby Atmos, 4k UHD Playback and Dolby Atmos. The (semi) big shocker was the aspect of backwards compatibility. All Xbox One and and existing backwards compatible games will work on the Xbox One X. They will be supported with improvements such s better fidelity, frame rate loads time; etc. In addition, all Xbox One accessories will work on the One X. Surpsingly, the system is the smallest console to date from Microsoft.Â