Xbox One X has been in the news ever since it was revealed and the community is somewhat divided on the console. While on paper the specs for Xbox One X looks amazing but, many fear that the console’s slightly weak CPU will hold the console back but, some think it won’t.
Speaking with Gamingbolt, Observer brand manager Rafał Basaj was asked about his opinion on the upcoming console, Xbox One X, and will the slightly weaker CPU hold the console back or not. According to Basaj, the CPU will not stop the console from achieving its full potential as a lot of calculations can be moved from CPU to GPU.
The Xbox One X is closer in specs to the PC gaming rigs right now, which will always benefit developers releasing their games on multiple platforms. As long as the GPU is solid a lot of calculating can be moved from the CPU to the video card, so it shouldn’t be a huge problems for developers to fully realize the potential of the new console.
While the console is creating a lot of buzz with its specs but, according to an industry analyst, the price of the console will be its downfall especially in the upcoming holiday season.
According to Micheal Patcher, during the holiday season users will be able to buy PS4 and Xbox One in the price of Xbox One X.
You’ll be able to get to Christmas Xbox One X launch date and for $600 you can buy a PlayStation and an Xbox and get a piece of software for each for sure like I promised that and If you can’t get that I’ll give you the 50 bucks difference.
Xbox One X will be available on November 7, 2017, in the US and will be priced at $499 and will come with games such as Forza Motorsport 7, Halo 5 and more.