Xbox One X pre-orders may go live today
It’s possible that the pre-orders for the Xbox One X go live this Sunday.
Xbox One X breaking news
A tweet from the Xbox official channel revealed that there’s a big announcement coming our way regarding the Xbox One X this Sunday.
We’re just guessing, but we assume that it has something to do with the pre-order for the new device that should go live in just a few hours’ time. Phil Spencer also commented and stated that Microsoft would unveil more information today, so we’re sitting tight and waiting for the big news.
We’ll probably find out that pre-orders will go live today. It is still not clear why the company decided to unveil more info about the pre-orders today, but there’s no point in speculating as the event is just a few hours’ away.
Xbox One X — a new thrilling gaming experience
The Xbox One X promises to be the most powerful console in the world offering gamers the opportunity to experience immersive 4K gaming. The 8-core custom AMD CPU is clocked at 2.3GHz in order to bring increased AI, smoother interactions and real-world details.
Game graphics will be faster and more detailed with the 326 GB/sec memory bandwidth to keep the gaming momentum flowing.
You’ll be able to play the coolest 4K exclusives such as Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves and Super Lucky’s Tale. The 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory will add lots of speed and power to the entire game performance to enable bigger worlds and to expand horizons as much as possible.
The dedicated Xbox servers will maximize performance by ensuring speed, stability, and reliability. You will be able to connect, compete and share across platforms with gamers on Xbox One and Windows 10 as well.
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