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After a year of waiting, Microsoft has finally lifted the lid on Project Scorpio, or, as it's now called... the Xbox One X.
The newest iteration of the Xbox One was originally announced at E3 2016, so it's only right that Microsoft return to the Los Angeles Convention Centre stage a year later to show it off.
Touted as the world's most powerful console, the system has been built with delivering both 4K visuals and virtual reality with a, dare we say, strong and stable performance.
RAM has been ramped up to 12GB of memory, and it has a beefy 326GB/s of memory bandwidth. Microsoft also said it is capable of "supersampling", which supposedly means users won't need a 4K TV to see new video quality.
Something that will definitely please avid Xbox fans is the fact that older-generation controllers and games will work on the Xbox One X.When can you get your hands on it? The Xbox One X's release date has been set for November 7 and the price will be £449 in the UK – $499 in the States.
We're only two days into this year's E3 and we've already seen loads of great looking footage of Star Wars: Battlefront II, including Darth Maul and the adorable battle droids in action, and the announcement of The Last Jedi free DLC.
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