Fast Facts

  • Xbox One X release date: November 7, 2017
  • Price: $499 / £449

Microsoft is back with a brand new box. After stumbling through the initial launch of the Xbox One, MS has worked to refine and reiterate on its design process, culminating in the Xbox One X: a version of the Xbox One that stays within the same console family while offering new options and increased graphical power to those interested in a mid-generation ‘refresh’. But how is Xbox One X different from a regular Xbox One, how does it compare to the PS4 Pro and – most importantly – what does it all mean for you? Let’s break it down.

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