E3 2017: Xbox One X Scorpio Release Date Revealed

Finally, we have a name and date for what was formerly known as Scorpio.

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Now Playing: Xbox One X Reveal Trailer - Microsoft Press Conference E3 2017

Today during Microsoft's E3 2017 briefing, the company began to finally announce many of the key details about its super-powerful Project Scorpio console. As previously announced, it'll be out before the end of the year.

Starting off, the console's official name is Xbox One X. It's set to launch on November 7 and will be priced at $500 in the US. You can see what Xbox One X looks like here. It's the smallest Xbox console to date.

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Announced at E3 2016, Xbox One X has been described by Microsoft as the "most powerful console ever made," featuring 6 teraflops of performance and is capable of delivering 4K graphics. The console plays all Xbox One games and also works with controllers you already own.

Microsoft's E3 2017 briefing has ended. If you missed it or want to catch up with all the news, you can check out this roundup of all the major announcements.

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