Original Xbox Games Are Coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

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Moving on to how the new console looks, the new Xbox One X does not actually represent a marked difference as compared to the Xbox One S.

Coming to all Xbox One markets, starting November 7, Xbox One X will retail for $499 or 449 pounds or 499 euros or C$599 or A$649.

So, will you be getting an Xbox One X? However, unlike the PlayStation 4 Pro it will feature a 4K Blu-ray drive. To address the first query, Microsoft has said that the upcoming console will receive a worldwide release on November 7, 2017. Find out how to Pre-order the Xbox One X in our guide.

The console comes with an 8-core custom AMD CPU and a 6 Teraflop GPU, enabling 4K environments and characters "to become more realistic than ever" with more detail and smoother animations.

The Xbox One X, Microsoft's new gaming console, won't include support for virtual reality, one of today's hottest emerging technologies, despite the company's earlier implication it would.

Microsoft is seeking to flex gamers creative muscles with the launch of its latest console, the Xbox One X, which also promises to keep consumers on-side by maintaining backwards compatibility. "Xbox One is simply the best gaming console we've ever made". Here, we've gathered together the best announcements from E3 2017, including the best games and a huge hardware announcement from Microsoft too.

The game looks pretty spectacular.

However, a lot of them implied some issues that in the end it made the company go for its current branding. And it will provide more information about the games it will deliver at that time. (We don't know if 700 cars is really worth it!) This game will be on sale from 3 October.

BioWare's new universe, Anthem, was revealed to be a shared-open-world, action role-playing game along the lines of Destiny, and Ubisoft premiered Assassin's Creed Origins, a new game in the franchise set in Egypt during the time of the pharaohs and pyramids. Here we have all the Xbox One X confirmed games. They will take full advantage of the new Xbox console's capabilities for a superior experience, including true 4K and HDR support.