The next generation of console named Xbox One X is finally here from Microsoft. It’s the same Project Scorpio based console from Microsoft that the company have been waiting to unveil. At E3 we finally got a look at what Microsoft has to offer. Where the company also demoed a lot of games running on their upcoming Xbox One X console. Including Forza Motorsport 7 which can run on a stable 60 frames per second at native 4K.

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It’s really amazing to see how far consoles have come in terms of gaming power. Where we thought that running a game at 4K 60 frames per second would be the best thing. But that is certainly not the case. As even with the console running Forza Motorsport 7 running at 4K 60 frames per second. The upcoming Xbox One X still have processing power left to spare, around 30% of it.

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If this statement from Microsoft is indeed true then we are looking at games looking even better in the future on the same hardware. The upcoming Xbox One X will come with a price tag of $499, which is just $100 extra than the current 4k gaming console from Sony named PlayStation 4 Pro. Aside from that users would also be getting their hands on 6 teraflops of graphics processing power. Compared to the 4.2 teraflops performance of the current PlayStation 4 Pro.

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The upcoming Xbox One X console sure looks promising with a lot of exclusive titles as well. Where one of the most amazing titles to hit the console is the upcoming Anthem game. The Microsoft Xbox One X console will be available for sale starting 7th of November, 2018.

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Are you excited for where Microsoft is going with their next generation of console? Or are you waiting for Sony to launch something better compared to what Microsoft announced at E3.