Microsoft unveiled its Xbox Project Scorpio gaming system, and the device is officially named Xbox One X. Microsoft put on a pretty good show yesterday, culminating with the Xbox One X. So Sony is going to have to put in some serious effort if it wants to steal its arch rival's thunder. And it will let Xbox display games in 4K ultra-high resolution (and will let owners watch UHD Blu-ray discs as well). However, the highlight of the evening was easily the official announcement of the long awaited #Project Scorpio: the Xbox One X. Microsoft also confirmed that there will be no new video games released that will only play on the One X, versus the One S or the regular One.
It comes with an impressive 6 teraflops of graphics power, compared with the PlayStation 4 Pro's 4.2 teraflops. It measures up on the inside with a sleek new design and the smallest console in the history of Xbox, the X is as compact as it is powerful. However, some of the biggest games revealed for the new Xbox One X so far include the "Player Unknown's Battlegrounds", "Forza Motorsport 7", "State of Decay 2", and the new open-world shooter game "Metro Exodus", Express reported.
"The PS4 platform is in its prime, with the industry's best lineup of exclusive and partner titles slated to release this year, taking full advantage of the power of the PS4 system", Sony Interactive Entertainment global chief executive Andrew House said. Because we know different price points are important, and we know that for many customers, maybe customers who haven't jumped into this generation yet, the Xbox One S is a great console for them. That is when gamers will be looking to splash out and treat themselves and their loved ones. E3 is now taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center.