Microsoft has unveiled its new Xbox One X 4K gaming console at E3 2017.
The console – codenamed “Project Scorpio” – aims to deliver native 4K gaming to the console market.
The Xbox One X features an 8-core custom AMD processor clocked at 2.3GHz and a powerful GPU which boasts 6 TFLOPS of peak compute performance.
The system features 12GB of GDDR5 graphics memory and 326GB/s memory bandwidth, and is similar in size to the Xbox One S.
According to Microsoft, the console boasts 40% more processing power than any other gaming console.
Xbox One X owners will be able to play exclusive games in native 4K resolution, including Forza Motorsport 7, State of Decay 2, and Crackdown 3.
The device supports the HDR10 display standard in addition to AMD’s FreeSync technology.
The Xbox One X will also be able to play current Xbox One games, with existing games set to run and look better on the new console.
Microsoft said the Xbox One X will be available from 7 November 2017 for $499.
Xbox One X
|Processor||8-core custom AMD CPU @ 2.3GHz|
|Graphics processor||6TFLOPS AMD GPU|
|RAM||8GB flash memory|
|I/O||2x HDMI, 3x USB 3.0, 1x IR out, 1x S/PDIF, 1x Ethernet|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, IR|