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Xbox One X UPDATE - Shock verdict on how powerful console REALLY is #XboxOneX

Xbox One X news - Developer gives shock verdictMICROSOFTXbox One X news - Developer gives shock verdict

Xbox One X is only a few months away, with Microsoft’s self-proclaimed “world’s most powerful console” set for release on November 7.

The console, which has a price tag of £449, boasts a 6 Teraflop GPU that is capable of native 4K gaming.

But what do developers think of the tech?

Bloober Team, who created cyberpunk horror game Observer, have had their say on the Xbox One X.

In an interview with Gaming Bolt, brand manager Rafal Basaj discussed the power of the Xbox One X.

He was asked whether Observer would run at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second on the upcoming Microsoft hardware.

Basaj felt the CPU found in the Xbox One X was NOT an impressive iteration over the original found in the Xbox One.

He said while there are improvements in clock speed and command processor instructions, the leap in GPU and memory allocation wasn’t as impressive.

Bajaj was asked whether the CPU would affect the Xbox One X from achieving its full potential.

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He said: “The Xbox One X is closer in specs to the PC gaming rigs right now,

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