Say hello to the Xbox One X, the next member of Microsoft’s Xbox One family. Previously known as “Project Scorpio,” it was first teased at last year’s E3, and we caught a glimpse at its powerful hardware a few months ago. The big takeaway? It’s significantly more powerful than the PlayStation 4 Pro, so much so that it can run some games at 4K/60 frames per second. At E3 today, Microsoft revealed that the Xbox One X will land on November 7th for $499.
We also finally got to see what the console will look like. It’s all black and boxy, like the original Xbox One, but its top portion hangs over a slimmer base. It looks like Microsoft tweaked the Xbox One S design a bit to be even more streamlined. Surprisingly, the company claims the Xbox One X is its smallest console ever.