Xbox is once again on the forefront of redefining the way we play video games, and presenting it on E3 2017 was the best place to do it.

During Xbox’s E3 2017 press conference, the Xbox team opened strong, making a full reveal of its newest console project: Xbox One X. And even claimed it as “the world’s most powerful console.”

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The fun part? Microsoft won’t keep gamers waiting long to get their hands on the hardware, pegging the release date of the Xbox One X at Nov. 7, with an estimated price of $500.

But what does the Xbox One X offer that makes it a cut above the Xbox One or even the Xbox One S, which took a $50 price cut just days before the unveiling of the X?

1. Scorpio engine

The Xbox One X is equipped with Xbox’s unique Scorpio engine with an advanced liquid cooling system and a cutting edge digital power delivery system called the hovis method, giving the system 40% more power than any other consoles.

2. 4K Gaming

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Because of the Xbox X’s 6 Teraflop GPU, game environments and characters become more immersive with crisp detail and smoother animation. it is also equipped with an 8-core Custom AMD CPU to bring enhanced AIs, and real-world detail in your gaming.

3.Faster Processing

Not only will the Xbox one deliver crisp animation, it also has a 12GB GDDR5 graphic memory that add speed and power to your game. This quicker load times, larger open-worlds, and possibly even bigger game maps.

4. Memory & Storage

Lastly, the Xbox One X has a ton-load of memory: 8GB Flash Memory, 1TB HDD Internal Storage, and its 12GB GDDR5 at 326 GB/s. This means more storage room for digital games without compromising game performance.

5. Slim Body

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While the Xbox One X packs a massive punch, it has a smaller body than most console, and is boasted by the Xbox team as the smallest console that they’ve ever made.

While a little pricey, the Xbox One X looks insanely promising and really pushes the console gaming further (at least, based on what Xbox revealed.) We can’t wait to give it a try when it comes out.

Will you be buying and Xbox One X?