Official Xbox One X price of 499.99.
Geoff Keighley, the gaming journalist, has today leaked via Twitter that Xbox Scorpio, now officially named XBOX ONE X will be released at $499. The announcement came hours before the Microsoft E3 2017 presentation.
The price was confirmed today at E3 presentations.
Microsoft first announced Project Scorpio – which takes on native 4K gaming – at E3 2016. We all know that the press conference Microsoft had at the time of the reveal ruined them; Sony came out and demolished them by confirming that the PS4 Pro would support used games, and would offer the ability to play online or offline. The Xbox Scorpio console is comparable to the PlayStation 4 Pro, which affords gamers resolution output at 2160p resolution. Scorpio, however, will come in at $100 above the PS4 Pro, which players can take home for $399.
Project Scorpio or Xbox One X, coined “The World’s Most Powerful Console,” boasts a number of impressive specs: 6 Teraflop GPU, 2.3 GHz Custom CPU, 1TB HDD storage, 326 GBs Memory Bandwidth, and 12GB GDDR5 of RAM. When compared with Xbox One S specs – 8GB DDR3 RAM, 1.75 GHz CPU, and AMD Graphics clocked at 914 MHz – there’s no doubt that Xbox one x is a beast.