Posted October 22, 2017 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

Xbox One X gets new Vein-Popping Teaser


With just over two weeks until the new Xbox One X hits the shelves, Microsoft has released another short teaser demonstrating how you will ‘feel true power’.

The Xbox One X is the first Xbox to have 4K gaming and HDR capabilities. While the Xbox One S which can be picked up on the cheap for under $300AUD these days has 4K Blu-Ray and HDR capabilities, it doesn’t actually have 4K gaming. The Xbox One X fixes this problem, and brings Microsoft in line with Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro.

Check out the 15 second Xbox One X ‘Feel True Power’ teaser trailer below:

 

The vein-popping trailer features newly released Forza Motorsport 7, which Rocket Chainsaw gave 4.5 stars in its review calling it an “unbelievable package“. Rocket Chainsaw also went hands-on with Forza Motorsport 7 on Xbox One X back in September, calling it the “premiere title for the system“. The game will run in 4K at 60 frames per second, promising breathtaking visuals.

Xbox One X’s launch falls right in the middle of game release season, so there’s already an extensive list of “launch titles” available for the new console. To see the full list of Xbox One X Enhanced games, follow this link and click on the “Enhanced” box.

With an 8-core Custom AMD CPU clocked at 2.3GHz to bring enhanced AI, real world detail, and smoother interactions to your gaming, 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory which adds speed and power to game performance to enable bigger worlds, further horizons, and quicker load times, a 6 Teraflop GPU enables 4K environments and characters to become more realistic than ever, with more detail and smoother animations and faster and more detailed game graphics with 326 GB/sec memory bandwidth, to keep your gaming momentum flowing, Xbox One X has been designed for every angle.

Xbox One X will be available from all major video game retail outlets on November 7, 2017.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?