Following its E3 presser last night, Microsoft released some higher quality pictures of the Xbox One X alongside its box art.
Previously codenamed Project Scorpio, the Xbox One X will deliver true native 4K gaming in the smallest Xbox console ever released. The console will sport 12GB of fast GDDR5 memory and six teraflops of computing power. You can check out some higher quality pictures of the world’s “most powerful console” down below:
Releasing on November 7 for $ 499 USD, the Xbox One X will feature a 4K UHD Blu-Ray player, three USB 3.0 ports and a built-in power supply. The console can be placed both horizontally and vertically with an optional stand.
“With 40 percent more power than any other console, Xbox One X is the world’s most powerful console”, reads Microsoft’s official description on the Xbox Wire. “Games play better on Xbox One X. It’s the first time we’ve engineered a system around today’s cutting-edge engines and the blockbuster titles you already love. With the 6-teraflop Scorpio engine, developers can realize their biggest worlds in vibrant 4K and in a superior format for 1080p screens. Built-in supersampling means more visible detail and smoother edges, and you’ll get into the action faster with more efficient loading times.”
As said, the Xbox One X will launch later this year on November 7.