E3 2017: Xbox One X Price Announced For The US, UK, Europe, And More
Microsoft has revealed how much its upcoming Xbox One X console will cost.
In the lead up to the reveal of Project Scorpio--now named Xbox One X--Microsoft referred to it as a premium system. During its E3 press conference today, it demonstrated what it mean, revealing that the console will retail for $500 in the US, confirming a report from earlier today. Internationally, it will go for £449, €499, CA$599, and AU$649.
The upcoming console's release date is set for November 7, 2017. Aesthetically, the Xbox One X looks a lot like a black Xbox One S, but Microsoft says it will be its smallest console to date. Click here for Xbox One X pre-order information.
Xbox One X enhancements--including 4K support--are coming for a number of future games. Existing games like Gears of War 4 and Forza Horizon 3 will also be updated to include 4K support on Xbox One X.
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