Microsoft’s latest Xbox is the new Xbox One X. Redmond’s latest console s 40% more powerful than any other console despite being the smallest Xbox ever made. The headline feature of the new Xbox One X is, of course, it’s ability to play native 4K games at 60 FPS. That’s possible because of the 6 teraflops of GPU computational power packed into the Xbox One X, and the 12GB of GDDR5 RAM.
There was a lot of speculation about the price of the Xbox One X since the beginning, with some fans expecting the Xbox One X to be $399.99 or $449.99. Unfortunately enough, the Xbox One X is going to sell for $499.99 which is understandable considering its a premium hardware after all. Microsoft has also announced the price of the Xbox One X in the United Kingdom — and customers living in the UK will be able to get the console for £449.99 on the 7th of November.
Microsoft has a pretty awesome line of games for the Xbox One X and the rest of the Xbox One family. Some of the newest titles include BioWare’s Anthem, Sea of Thieves, Microsoft’s Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, and Minecraft. All of these titles will run at native 4K on the Xbox One X, which means you’ll get to experience amazing visuals on the Xbox One X if you own a 4K TV. Microsoft’s also going to be releasing updates to some of its existing titles including things like Forza Horizon 3, Gears of War 4 and Killer Instinct to add native 4K support for the Xbox One X later this year.