Phil Spencer opened Microsoft’s E3 conference by revealing that the newest member of the Xbox console family would be the Xbox One X.
It was revealed the console would release worldwide on November 7.
All Xbox One accessories and games will work on the new console, with the latter being souped up with increased visual fidelity and better loading times. Needless to say, it’s a bloody powerful piece of machinery. It even features liquid cooling, a feature usually reserved for large servers.
You might think this would result in a rather large console and a return of the “power brick”, but in fact, Xbox One X is set to be the smallest Xbox on the market.
It features 6 teraflops clocked at 1.172 Ghz, 12GB GDDR5 memory, 326GB/s memory bandwidth.