E3 2017: Xbox One X Is Now The Name Of Project Scorpio, Microsoft Reveals

X marks the spot.


After a long stretch of being referred to as Project Scorpio, Microsoft has finally announced a final name for its souped-up Xbox One console. As part of its E3 2017 press conference, the company revealed many new details about the system, including its name: Xbox One X.

It's the most powerful console to date, equipped with an eight-core CPU, a six-teraflop GPU, and 12GB of GDDR5 RAM. Xbox One X will render 4K resolution and perform supersampling on 1080p displays. It's also the smallest form factor for an Xbox console yet. The system launches in November.

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For a full breakdown, check out our feature detailing everything we know about Xbox One X. And keep up with all E3 2017 news and everything on Microsoft right here. Other big news out of the Xbox press conference includes the reveal of Forza Motorsport 7 and a new Metro game called Metro: Exodus.

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