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Xbox One X will not generate profits for Microsoft

Sherri Watson | 26 June, 2017, 04:27

"That's why S launched a year ago, the way it looks, that is the console that will drive most of the volume for us in pure unit sales", he explained. Others, see it more as just another PS4 Pro due to its status as a mid-generation update to its Xbox One counterpart meaning it will do just as poorly.

Fortunately for their interviewer, he expanded on this point after letting the words hit their mark.

If you compare the specifications of the two, the Xbox One X does have an edge over its rival.

Remarkably, the new Xbox One X is not only more powerful but also smaller than the existing Xbox One S, which was already 40% smaller than the original Xbox One console launched in 2015. This meaning that it's computing power is much faster than the Pro, allowing things to load faster and for more to load at once.

Microsoft unveiled its Xbox Project Scorpio gaming system, and the device is officially named Xbox One X. So, when I stood on-stage and I said this will be the best place to play all those games, there's nothing technically that would keep any developer from not making that true. The suggested retail price has been set at $499 in the United States, or £449 in the UK. When can I get one?

The games would be available digitally and on disc for Xbox One players.

Microsoft has revealed its latest games console, the Xbox One X, which will ship on 7 November and cost £449 in the UK. "When I think about techniques to somehow manufacture a 4K screen like what some other consoles try to do, this is different than that".

Spencer also added that he's been focused on hardware innovation, and that the Xbox One S and One X are the great products of that work. Even then, it doesn't have many exclusives to offer.

Apparently, the Xbox one X is a monster on the inside.

The console comes with an 8-core custom AMD CPU and a 6 Teraflop GPU, enabling 4K environments and characters "to become more realistic than ever" with more detail and smoother animations. Post your comments down below.