The Xbox One X is launching this November and Xbox head Phil Spencer has something to say about the console. Speaking during the Brazil Game Show, Spencer said the newest and most powerful console is definitely not for everybody. The said console is created for those who seek ultimate, and very best experience when playing online. Even in the absence of a 4K TV, Spencer said players will still be able to see the difference from the original.

Admittedly, Phil Spencer said the Xbox One S would remain the brand's market leader. There's no doubt that the S series will continue its trend even in the presence of the Xbox One X.

The S series play the games in the platform's game line up, and it's certainly the most affordable among the different versions. "It will be the console that sells," says Spencer.

Xbox One X compatibility

The Xbox One X, on the other hand, is expected to sell based on the player's choice. If a player wants to have a better gaming experience, this console is the way to do it. But Microsoft is not advertising the platform in order for fans to leave their current consoles and go by this one. "Whether you're on a 1080p TV or a 4K TV, you're going to have a great experience. But it's not for everybody. It's like when we built the Xbox One Elite controller, we didn't try to say to everybody, 'If you need an extra controller, go buy the Elite controller," says Spencer.

The successful preorder of the Xbox One X brought enough confidence to Microsoft that the new powerful console will be a hit. Earlier this month, the company announced that preorders were maxed out during the designated dates of ordering. The company was forced to state their next preorder schedules.

Games on the new Microsoft console

Currently, Microsoft's all-new Xbox One X console has a tag price of $500 with no bundled game. Some of its confirmed games include "Injustice 2," "Halo Wars 2," "Destiny 2," "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands," "Prey," "Mass Effect: Andromeda," "Resident Evil 7: Biohazard," and much more.

Meanwhile, Spencer also discussed the business of consoles.

"Console's important. I love the console space, but it's part of the gaming business, it's not total. So I just don't define success by any one individual version of our console and how many we sell," he said. Interestingly, Phil Spencer revealed that the console he's currently using is the new Xbox One X, which is in its real box, the same item that everyone will get in November.