Xbox One X—Project Scorpio—is coming out in November for $499

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Update: Xbox One X comes with a 1-month subscription for Xbox Game Pass. 

The day that we were waiting for has finally arrived. Project Scorpio is officially called the Xbox One X and we now know what it looks like. Not only that, we also have a release date! For those who don’t know about the system, it’s the most powerful gaming console ever built and focuses on 4K resolution and the best frame rates. It features 6 TFLOPS of GPU computational power and over 300 GB/s of memory bandwidth. Not only that, the console has 12 GB of GDDR5 RAM, 9 GB of which can be used by developers to make their games shine. All of this makes the Xbox One X 40% more powerful than any other console.

Xbox One X is a fitting and clear name for Project Scorpio. The console is definitely a premium device and it shows when you look at its sleek body. Xbox One X will be out on November 7. Be sure to preorder one as soon as you can because we suspect many gamers will want one come this holiday season. Many Xbox One gamers probably will probably want to upgrade as well. The console will be available for $499.

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