On August 25, #Microsoft announced that the limited edition Project Scorpio version of the #Xbox One X was the fastest selling Xbox pre-order ever. Because of its massive hit, Microsoft opens again the pre-orders for Xbox One X, but now for its standard edition. According to Windows Central [VIDEO], “L.A. Noire,” “Greedfall,” “Far Cry 5,” and “Okami HD” are among the 130 enhanced games that will be available for the new console. Fans can head to Microsoft’s official page to see the complete list of the enhanced games for the upcoming console.

Bundle deals

The Xbox One X will officially hit the market stores on November 7, and it will cost $499.99 or £449.

However, because Christmas season is getting near, there is a possibility that trusted online retailers will start offering special bundles and discounts for the console. It means that users might be lucky enough to buy the console with a couple of free games at a lower price.

Where to pre-order?

The console preorder was announced by Microsoft’s programmer Larry Hryb, also known by his Xbox Live Gamertag “Major Nelson.” Microsoft also said that the Xbox One X is the most powerful console in the present. Fans can preorder it directly through the official Microsoft store or through online retailers such as Amazon, BestBuy, and GameStop. The Xbox One X is designed to bring 4K experiences, which are capable of providing the best visuals for all games across all consoles. The Xbox One X can bring better visuals even on HD TVs.

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It can also do everything that the #Xbox One S can.

Specifications

According to a report from Mirror, Microsoft made major improvements on the Xbox One X over the current Xbox One S. The One S has a processor running at 1.75 GHz, while the One X has an octa-core custom AMD CPU running at 2.3 GHz. The One X has a 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory, which will add more speed and power to game performances. The new graphic memory will also enable bigger worlds, quicker load times, and further horizons.

Game characters and environments are going to be more realistic, thanks to the 6 Teraflop graphics processing unit which enables 4K display. Gamers do not need to worry if they play several hours without turning off the device, because Microsoft built it with a special cooling liquid and a supercharger-style centrifugal fan to ensure that it does not overheat and it stays cool all the time. The Xbox One X also has an 8GB Flash Memory, and a 1TB HDD internal storage.