Microsoft have officially unveiled the Xbox One X.
Announced at E3 last year and known as Project Scorpio since then, the console’s name has now been announced, as well as the machine’s specs, which the company claim make it 40% more powerful than any other console.
Delivering 4K visuals and virtual reality, the RAM has been increased to 12GB of memory. It also has 326GB of memory bandwith, as well as a ‘supersampling’ feature that apparently allows users to enjoy the increased video quality without the need for a 4K TV.
The Xbox One X will be released on November 7 and will retail at $499 in the US and £449 in the UK.