Xbox One X: Price, Specs And Release date Everything You Need To Know

Xbox One X
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Xbox One X

The upcoming 4K-ready Xbox One successor that took center stage at Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference on Sunday. It will, in Microsoft’s words, be “the most powerful console ever.”

Price and release date:

Microsoft touted a “worldwide” release on November 7 for the Xbox One X, but the company has so far listed prices in only five currencies: $499 USD, £449 GBP, €499 EUR, $599 CAD, and $649 AUD.

Microsoft also has yet to allow pre-orders—presumably because FCC approval of the console is still pending.

According to an IGN interview with Microsoft’s Albert Penello, the company has planned a special pre-order program for later in the year.



The 8-core Custom AMD CPU is clocked at 2.3GHz to bring enhanced AI, real world detail, and smoother interactions to your gaming.


12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory add speed and power to game performance to enable bigger worlds, further horizons, and quicker load times.

Life-like detail:

A 6 Teraflop GPU enables 4K environments and characters to become more realistic than ever, with more detail and smoother animations.

Faster load times:

Game graphics are faster and more detailed with 326 GB/sec memory bandwidth, to keep your gaming momentum flowing.

The technology, craftsmanship and attention to detail throughout the new device is simply first class.”

Gaming Details:

True 4K:

True 4K gaming, where action is brought to life with 2160p frame buffers, and 6 Teraflops of graphical processing power.

The benefits of High Dynamic Range:

Experience richer, more luminous colors in games like Forza Motorsport 7 and Crackdown 3 with a higher contrast ratio between lights and darks, High Dynamic Range technology brings out the true visual depth of your games.

Spatial sound:

Dolby Atmos and DTS:X enables you to experience premiere audio that puts you in the center of 3D spatial sound.

Compatible with everything:

Your Accessories:

All the Xbox One accessories you’ve got now (or have got your eye on) work with Xbox One X. No hassle. Just play.

Your Community:

Easily bring along your Xbox Live friends, clubs, game saves, and achievements to your new console.

Your TV:

See your old TV in a new light—games on Xbox One X look great even on a 1080p screen.