Spencer said that Microsoft would be making money through selling games.
Xbox One X will hit the market on November 7.
The world of gaming is getting all heated up as Microsoft just announced their latest console - the XBOX One X. Notably, Microsoft's anticipated Crackdown 3 will launch alongside the X. The truth of the matter, which came straight from Xbox head Phil Spencer, is that you won't be seeing as many games as you think.
Despite great game output, many fans still note that the hardware is lacking triple-A, first-party titles. With games running at native 4K, and many at 60fps too, plus potentially more detailed textures, it's an appreciable technical step-up from the PS4 Pro, and really feels like a no-compromise design, right down to the Ultra HD Blu-ray drive. Sure, Spencer admits that games as a service are great for business, but he also claims to be all for a game market that offers diverse types of experiences. In this case the manufacturer has promised that Xbox One X will give you the opportunity to immerse themselves in the gaming reality when working with 4K TVs. "Xbox One S shipped last year, the X is shipping this year, I love our hardware line".
Plus, Microsoft confirmed how select titles will be updated to take advantage of the X's extra horsepower.
Users with standard 1080p screens can still enjoy some of the benefits of the Xbox One X, says T3, such as the new "supersampling" feature that increases the visual performance of games for lower-resolutions displays. While they could have shown these games at Xbox E3, it wouldn't have made sense. The dedicated computer games are now costly compared to the console games. Hopefully we'll see more Xbox 360 games make the cut as well - some Radiant Silvergun and Split/Second would do us a lot of good.
Xbox One X is the elite professional console of the two.
As far as the games are concerned, there seems no way game developers will go to dramatically change the quality of graphics between the two consoles.
"It was that nice, liberating point that we had by having Xbox One S", Penello said.
Xbox One X will be launched in Saudi Arabia during 2017 for SR1,899 ($505). On the other side, original Xbox games will be emulated to run on Xbox One. I expect that the $499 price tag is going to be a major consumer concern as well. HDR support is present in both, Sony and Microsoft consoles.