Microsoft’s Xbox One X is without a doubt a marvel from Microsoft’s hardware and design team. Not only is the console smaller than the already small Xbox One S, but also packs a punch with its 6TFLOPs of raw internal horsepower keeping it in line with Gaming PCs.
Microsoft has shown off the Xbox One X to the masses already and has already revealed the internal guys within their devices. Without a doubt, all of what Microsoft has done has been impressive so far. Microsoft promises to deliver the “True 4K” gaming experience with the Xbox One X, and time will tell how well that promise lasts. However, that doesn’t mean that Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro has been kicked out of the party. Microsoft and Sony have been battling themselves out showing what their beastly consoles are capable of. GT Sport and Forza Motorsport 7 are prime examples of what both brands are capable of, and they don’t disappoint at all. Microsoft promises to show off what the Xbox One X is capable of with Forza Motorsport 7 running on the Xbox One X. Microsoft touts that the Xbox One X version of FM7 would run at a crispy, yet vibrant, native 4K/60FPS with HDR enabled on the Xbox One X.
With Microsoft making sure to keep their fans engaged with what the Xbox One X is capable of, Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One X is about to receive another commercial on the 22nd of October. While commercials are pretty good for marketing and bragging about a product, Microsoft’s mention about a specific commercial making its way on the 22nd of October simply lights up my idea meter. Their latest commercial would be aired on Xbox’s Official YouTube channel. Microsoft gave specifics about when they would be showing off their new commercial on their blog. They said:
Please join Xbox on Sunday, October 22 at 4 p.m. PT on our official Xbox YouTube channel as we kick off the campaign in the US for an exclusive preview of our global anthem “Feel True Power” TV commercial before it airs on “The Walking Dead” season premiere at 9 p.m. PT, and also during the Atlanta Falcons vs. New England Patriots NFL game on “Sunday Night Football” — kick-off is at 5:30 p.m. PT.
For those living in North America, set your stopwatches. For those reading this from the rest of the world, now’s the time to calibrate your stopwatches. “Okay Google… set me a reminder for…”