Forza Motorsport 7 Has Been Revealed With First Trailer

Posted June 12, 2017

The E3 expo in Los Angeles is the gaming industry's biggest event of the year, and Xbox kicked things off in style by unveiling the world's most powerful console: The Xbox One X.

Besides, the company has provided full technical specifications, features, and official launch details of the new device.

More to the point, if you can't afford an Xbox One X, you can simply buy a much cheaper Xbox One S and play the exact same games. The company claims that the new console has now got a more sleek and distinctive design. As revealed earlier this year, the Xbox One X will have a 6 teraflop GPU, 12GB of GDDR5 RAM, and 326GB/s of memory bandwidth.

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The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 debuted in 2013.

Microsoft says the kits are with developers, but that's no guarantee they'll deliver the goods. It is fully compatible with all existing Xbox One games.

Presumably, as original Xbox games become available for Xbox One, you'll be able to download them from within the Xbox One console's store. As per Microsoft, the Xbox One games that usually run on 900p and 1080p should be rendered at native 4K on the Xbox One X and increase in performance while playing the Xbox One gaming titles should also be noticeable. It's a beloved title from nostalgic gamers who regularly spam Spencer's Twitter feed with requests for the feature and game alike. Under the hood the console is capable of producing native 4K visuals, with grunt comparable to a PC tower several magnitudes larger, including running Forza Motorsport 7 in 4K at 60fps.

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The team unveiled the Xbox One X at nerd paradise E3, and it's ridiculously fucking powerful.

Accessories from the Xbox One will also work on the new system. Xbox One X supports enhanced colors on HDR televisions too.

Still, there are a lot of games that could do with something of a revival with the backward compatibility expansion.

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