Microsoft recently introduced the Xbox One X console and fans can't seem to get enough of it. With its 4k console feature, the platform is met by several comparative comments against Sony's Ps4 Pro. But Microsoft's Dave McCarthy prefers fans to compare the platform to the PC rather that the PS4 Pro. In terms of capabilities, the PC and the Xbox One X have more similarities than Sony's gaming pride.

Price and specifications

There's absolute difference when it comes to the specs of the old and the new console. According to the Xbox One X's official page, the platform is equipped with 8-core CUSTOM AMD CPU that clocks in at 2.3 GHz for a smoother gameplay.

Of course, in order to achieve this, the device should also have the best graphic memory and this one packs a 12GB GDDR5 graphic memory. And if that's not enough, the 6-teraflop GPU should wrap up the realistic details of the platform's graphics.

Currently priced at $499, the Microsoft console is $100 higher than Sony's PS4 Pro; something that gives the latter an opportunity to capitalize on the former's high price and continue to entice fans with a much cheaper Pro platform. Meanwhile, McCarthy defended the high price implying that the overall specs of the new platform can never be found in another for the price of $499.

Xbox One X titles

Along with the impressive specs of the new platform is its massive list of post launch titles.

Some of these titles include "Ghost Recon Wildlands," "Assassin's Creed Origins," "Forza 7," "Forza Horizon 3," "Paladins," "Resident Evil 7 Biohazard," "Rocket League" and "Killer Instinct." At least 30 games are ready to join the new platform when it releases. Meanwhile, the Xbox One X is expected to hit the tech market beginning November 7, 2017 with some retailers advertising the platform bundle in their respective websites.

Last year, Microsoft announced the Project Scorpio alongside the introduction of the Xbox One S, a white version of the Xbox One console. At the time, Sony is about to release the PS4 Pro. Less than a year later, this new product from Microsoft came to light and is now rumored to be the world's most powerful console.

Interestingly, the Xbox One S is currently on sale with a $50 mark down on its price.

While Microsoft did not confirm whether the price cut is caused by the upcoming release of the X, fans are excited to discover of the huge price cut. For the cheapest bundle of the Xbox One S, you can avail it for the amount of $199.99.