Xbox 2 is No More Project Scorpio; Meet Xbox One X here!
Xbox One X: At the E3 Press Conference, Microsoft announced the revelation of Project Scorpio is named as the Xbox One X officially. In a demo room, the developers unveiled the hardware of Xbox One X gaming console, with a side-by-side comparison with that of its cheaper console, Xbox One S. If we go with the reports, earlier Project Scorpio was equal to be named as Xbox 2(http://www.xbox2guide.com). But breaking the rules, Microsoft once again proved to be unpredictable by unveiling it to be Xbox One X.
Xbox One X or Project Scorpio External: As per the design, fans must be surprised to know that Xbox One X quietly resembles with the developer kit that was viewed by us earlier in 2017. Xbox One X just looks similar to an Xbox console, but there’s nothing special about it, design wise. One X shape and design is just like the refreshed slim One S that was unveiled last summer. Apparently as declared by Phil Spencer, the pride lies next to the developers’ mind when thinking about Xbox One X to be the smallest console developed by the company by far. However, Xbox One X is matte black until the company declares if there is any color option available for the One X users. As of now, it’d be safer to say that the launch version will be available in matte black only.
Xbox One X or Project Scorpio Internal: On the contrary, the real changes of Xbox One X are inside; underneath the generic shell of Xbox. As declared by Microsoft, the console has offers 6 teraflops of graphical power. Well, in this case apart from the developers we need to give the Thanksgiving to the custom GPU engine that runs at 1172MHz. The rivalry is a part of gaming consoles, and by this, we meant to address Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro is noticeably behind the upcoming Xbox; packing a 4.2 teraflops which runs at 911MHz. As per reports, Xbox One X is going to hit the 4K resolution alongside 60 frames per second.
Xbox One X or Project Scorpio Release Date and Price: Before any kind of official announcements, speculations entered and made a U-turn. In fact, initially, Xbox One X or Project Scorpio was termed to be Xbox 2. But breaking all air of speculations, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One X to be the Project Scorpio in general. From the E3 event, we have been lucky enough to get some official announcements about the release date of Xbox One X or Project Scorpio. A souped-up successor of Xbox One, Xbox One X is going to get launched on the 7th of November. And according to the very welcomed rumor confirmed by reports, Xbox One X will be pegged up with a price tag of $499, which is, unsurprisingly, a hundred dollar more than PlayStation 4 Pro costs.
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Wrap Up: Microsoft doesn’t actually need to vow with the hardware of Xbox One X as their cup of tea is delivering the promise of a console that’d be capable of competing with the PC gaming rig of mid to high end.