Xbox One X vs. PS4 Pro - Power and Hardware Comparison

Joanna Estrada
June 19, 2017

One of those looks awesome and the other is the new Assassin's Creed game. "The X will have even more trouble because the S is at $249 and so is the PS4".

The higher powered Xbox One X costs about $499. The game console has an eight-core AMD CPU clocked at 2.35GHz. Let us know if you will pre-order Xbox One X, and what are your expectations from the console by commenting in the comments section below. Consoles have historically failed at this price point, and consumers seem unwilling to accept anything over $399. "The majority of our consoles that are sold next year will be [Xbox One] S. That has always been the plan", Spencer said.

Put simply, Xbox's new premium offering has the ability to power games in native 4K, with an Ultra HD Blu-ray player, a feature Sony omitted from the Pro. Also you will find 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory that adds speed and power to game performance.

Spencer stated that Xbox fans should keep their expectations in check regarding the library of Original Xbox Games coming to Xbox One because only a select few Original Xbox Games will be available to backward compatibility program because of Rights issue And Emulation difficulty (technically it's a bit difficult).

"Frankly, I loved the fact I didn't have to bring out "Gears" and "Halo" just to say, hey".

The fact that Microsoft is not making a profit on the Xbox One X now, however, could not be considered surprising at all.

Spencer has also confirmed that first and third-party original Xbox games would be backwards compatible.

"So I think we've got work to go do there, but I think it's in our future".

According to Spencer, Microsoft's mindset is that the hardware component of the video game console business is not that part that will make money for companies. They want to show their game in the best possible way.

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