Microsoft has officially revealed the Xbox One X today and confirmed that it will launch this November for $499. This price point is the same as the original Xbox One with Kinect while it is around $100 more than the PS4 Pro.
If you haven’t taken a look at the Xbox One X console, you can check out a comparison between the Xbox One S and Xbox One X below. There is also close up available of the console’s front and back panel. Microsoft has confirmed that the console will launch with just 1 TB of storage space, just like the PS4 Pro.
The Xbox One X will also feature 4K UHD support. The console promises true 4K gaming and it is being marketed as ‘the most powerful console ever.’ Xbox One X won’t be available to pre-order until it is approved by FCC as shown on the official website, which is a rather strange move considering how Microsoft marketed the game at their conference. It is currently not available to pre-order anywhere.
Xbox One X will support native supersampling while also offering backwards compatibility with almost every Xbox One S game. Some games will also get an Xbox One X enhanced patch offering true 4K including Final Fantasy XV, Resident Evil 7 and more.