When it is released in November, the Xbox One X is set to not only Microsoft’s most powerful console ever, but the most powerful console on the market in general. It represents a big step forward in terms of the amount of graphics power it’s packing.
Despite its power, however, the Xbox One X is still a Xbox One. When it launches, it will not only be able to play all the games Xbox One games existing, but also benefit from any of the exclusive games of its own.
It is the right of every game released for the Xbox One X will run on the Xbox One just fine. Not only that, but all the same accessories – controllers, chatpads, headsets, and the willingness of all of the work in each system.
So, if the Xbox has created a great fun console for the family, what is the purpose of the upgrade to the Xbox One X?
Well, the Xbox One X will be the first native 4K video game console and will have the opportunity not only to make the games at a resolution of 3 840 x 2 160, but have often run these games at 60 frames per second. This is in contrast to the Xbox One Swhich can only make the games in 1080p and then upscale them to 4K.