Update: Project Scorpio Becomes Xbox One X

News // Xbox One X // By pets_torrefranca // 12 June 2017

Update: Project Scorpio Becomes Xbox One X
Microsoft has finally revealed everything there is to know about their newest console and its looks both sleek and powerful like a finely tuned sports car. The reveal came with some of the best looking upcoming exclusive and non-exclusive games.
 
Speaking of games, the Xbox One's backward compatibility feature will soon be enhanced to include games from the original Xbox. A 4k update will also be rolled out to a lot of existing games.
"All games running on Project Scorpio will achieve more consistent frame rates, faster load times, improved anisotropic filtering, and will run at their peak resolution if the title implemented dynamic scaling."
Another notable feature of the console is that it will make all existing Xbox compatible games including those under the backward compatibility list to run smoother, look better and load faster without the aid of an update. Spec-wise, the Xbox One X is now the most powerful console not unless a, more powerful PlayStation will be announced to launch this year but that's a little bit farfetched.   
 
Xbox One X is scheduled to launch on November 7, 2017, with a price tag of $499.00
 
Check out the specs on the screen capture below and stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.      
 
Capture of XBOX ONE X Specs

"Xbox One X Worldwide Reveal Trailer"

Source: Kotaku, Xbox