Project Scorpio Is Now Officially Xbox One X, And It's Insanely Tiny - GeeksULTD

It took Microsoft a full year to finally unveil Xbox One X, previously dubbed as Project Scorpio, the beast of a console is set to cater enthusiastic gamers.

Promising uncompromised 4k gaming, Microsoft really has to pull the Xbox One X off perfectly. Set to launch on the 7th of November, that is, just a few days before Need For Speed: Payback releases. Microsoft’s Xbox One X will have 22 launch titles to showcase the power that it packs. That’s not all, it has a really tiny form-factor and it packs a lot of power.

For starters, to name a few games that would take full advantage of Xbox One X’s hardware are Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3 and Sea of Thieves.

Microsoft has an important launch on their hands to convince PC gamers and PlayStation 4 Pro gamers what the Xbox One X is capable of. At the show-floor, Microsoft gave most of their time to showcase the titles that would be available, which is perfect. Microsoft has revealed that the Xbox One X will use a liquid-cooled vapor-chamber cooling system along with custom tuned voltages for efficient power consumption and temperatures.

Numbers aside, when the Xbox One X actually releases, gamers would be able to have a look at what their console offers. To flip and keep both sides of the coin, Microsoft really has to offer a compelling difference between native and upscaled 4K for PlayStation 4 Pro gamers. Meanwhile, for PC gamers, Microsoft really has to keep their lineup of titles compelling as well as keep their console competitive with the PC Gaming market.

Microsoft’s Xbox One X is set to release on the 7th of November 2017 for a price of $499.