Xbox Series X right around the edge, is it worth purchasing an Xbox One X now?
Microsoft Xbox Series X: No dought as of now there is still a powerful console in the world and it allows the Xbox One X to play some titles in native 4K resolution, seldom even at 60 frames per second. This is the only platform where you’ll find a 4K Blu-ray player made into the box and support for Dolby Atmos.
Despite such, it’s not perfect as it doesn’t come out it now when we talk about exclusive. And the other thing is that consoles hardware is currently locked at 1TB which gets fill up faster now and some the games require more than 4k texture pack.
Lastly, you get a lot of the same functionality from the Xbox One S which you’ll find comes in at a much lower price point.
Microsoft officially abandoned Xbox One X and Xbox One S production
On July 16 Microsoft officially declared no longer to produce a current digital version of Xbox One X and Xbox One S. Since the best is yet to come in the design of Xbox Series X. Microsft is going to discontinue the production of Xbox One series.
The spokesperson of the company is stated, “As we ramp up into the future with Xbox Series X, we’re taking the natural step of stopping production on Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital Edition,” adding that production on 2016’s Xbox One S will continue.
Now the company is planning to launch the next-generation console Xbox Series X and is also Having Rumor to launch a cheaper version of it. Its released date is not yet clear until now.
Microsoft Xbox Series X
Upcoming Xbox Series X pushes the boundaries of Xbox One X. While there is a indicated that Microsoft is also working on a second console under the Series X model. Xbox Series X supports gaming in 4K and 8K resolution and the second console is expected to support resolutions up to 1080p and 1440p.It also going to include a profile mode for the new console which allows game makers to test and adapt their games.