With the Xbox One S, Microsoft finally released a full-fledged console.
And while the console was the first console to feature a fully backwards compatible design, the Xbox S was more than just a refresh of the hardware.
Its successor, the upcoming Xbox One, is going to be one of the most significant releases in console history.
So what exactly is the Xbox X, and what can you expect from it?
Read on for all the details.
The Xbox X is the first full-blown console to support backward compatibility 2.
The new console is expected to be the first to support the Xbox Ultra, which has a 4K display and supports 4K HDR.
The console will support all of the new features that Xbox One introduced with the console, including backward compatibility, which means the Xbox 360 and Xbox One can be used on the new X, as well as any Xbox One games on the current-gen consoles.
The X will include two hard drives, one for storing data, and one for video storage 4.
The 4K displays on the X are expected to have an aspect ratio of 16:9 and will support 4K Ultra HD resolutions.
Microsoft has promised a ton of features for the Xbox, which include new features like the Xbox Play Anywhere, which lets users stream games from other Xbox consoles to the X, along with a suite of features to help people with disabilities play.
The PS4 Pro is still slated for release later this year, and will feature the same hardware specs as the Xbox.
The PlayStation 4 Pro will support HDR and will be the only PS4 console to offer support for HDR gaming.
The upcoming PlayStation VR headset will support full head tracking and will allow users to walk around and use controllers, which will make it the first VR headset to support PlayStation Move controllers.
The latest version of the Xbox will support up to 10 hours of battery life 10.
Xbox is also expected to include more storage space, which Microsoft says will be “an additional 10 gigabytes per month”.
The newest Xbox will be powered by a 10-core GPU with 6GB of GDDR5 memory.
The 10-series Xbox will have up to 32GB of RAM 13.
The first Xbox game, Halo Wars 2, will be a full Xbox game with a number of new features including achievements and leaderboards.
The Microsoft Elite 4 game pack will be available in November.
It will include a host of new titles, including Gears of War 4, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and a host more.
Xbox One will include an updated version of Windows 10, which is scheduled for a September 2019 release.
Xbox will also have support for Microsoft’s Azure cloud service.
The service is expected for release in 2018.
Microsoft’s new gaming console will be based on the Xbox Scorpio platform, which should be announced sometime in 2018, and has been confirmed to be similar in performance to PlayStation Scorpio.
Microsoft will be making a special event to show off the Xbox one X in November, which you can watch live on Twitch.
This will also be the last time you will see the Xbox’s new console in person.
Microsoft is planning to launch the Xbox Xbox One at a press event in October, but the exact date and location has yet to be revealed.
The next-gen console will launch in late 2019, with a price tag of $399.
It is expected that Microsoft will release the Xbox and Xbox 360 versions of its next-generation gaming console in tandem.