Microsoft finally launches the successor to Xbox One S with Xbox One X and will give direct competition to Sony Playstation 4 Pro.As per pricing it is expected to be priced at $499 and will arrive in November 2017 in the US.
The new Xbox One X will support backwards compatibility and processing power that make it the Worlds Powerful Gaming Console till date as per Microsoft.There are a lot of changes when compared to Sony PS4 Pro.The new Xbox One X is very simple in looks and compact in size.According to Microsoft, it is the smallest Xbox ever.
The New Xbox One X is capable of playing games at 4K with HDR video quality and Dolby Atmos support which will give you full living room entertainment experience.But there is no mention of VR support so it is the con when compared to PS4 Pro which is having 4K and VR support.There is a jump in RAM now with 12GB of RAM coupled with healthy 326GB/s of memory bandwidth.As per Microsoft it is extremely powerful system and has eliminated the bottlenecking between the Graphics and Processor.It also having Liquid-cooled with sort of vapour chamber for highly powered specs.There is no need of having 4K TV to play content as it has a special feature called Super Sampling.So here is the plus when compared to other consoles.
The New Xbox One X is not only capable of play 4K resolution games is also future proof in terms of specs which it has with an improved performance compared to the previous generation.The new Xbox One X will be compatible with all previous gen games and accessories.Microsoft has also promised to make scaling up easy, promising developers that any titles in 900p will be able to run at full frame rates in 4K, a feature it demoed during an early review back in April.
Microsoft will be launching 4K upgrades to games like Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3, Halo Wars 2, Killer Instinct and Minecraft.That’s, not all Microsoft showed of 42 titles in E3 event.All the new titles will support all previous gen of Xbox but will not support 4K experience.
So it is a small upgrade to the Xbox One S with only 4K support and no support for VR.