Microsoft Just Revealed The Insanely Powerful & Bloody Small New Xbox

It’s finally happened, folks. We now know the details of Microsoft‘s upcoming beast of a console.
The team unveiled the Xbox One X at nerd paradise E3, and it’s ridiculously fucking powerful. To put it in perspective, the new console is packing 6 teraflops of power, compared to the 4.12 of the PS4 Pro.
It’s so powerful, they had to include a liquid-cooled vapour chamber to keep it from overheating – the first of its kind in console history. 
The console runs at a pants-shatting true 4K and will even make playing games on your 1080p TV looks schmick as thanks to a technique called “supersampling”.
But friends, it gets better. All Xbox One accessories and games will be compatible with the new console. Incredibly, it’s also the smallest Xbox ever made. Cop the size comparison of the console against the standard Xbox controller.
The briefing, which went down earlier today, also announced a shitload of games that will be appearing on the device. We’ve listed a heap of them below.
Forza 7 Motorsport
Metro Exodus
Assassin’s Creed: Origins
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
Deep Rock Galactic
State of Decay 2
The Darwin Project
Dragonball Fighter Z
Black Desert
The Last Night
The Artful Escape
Sea of Thieves
Super Lucky’s Tale
Crackdown 3
Life is Strange: Before the Storm
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Along with Forza 7, Microsoft made history by announcing Porsche‘s brand new 911 GT in real life. They actually had the fucking car there. You’ll also be able to drive it in the game, obviously.
Xbox One X launches worldwide on November 7 and will cost $649 AUD.

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