A couple of days ago, we reported about the possible release of Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition console in the form of limited edition consoles just ahead of the formal release of the main console.

Well, it seems that the report turned out to be true one as Microsoft has officially announced the limited edition Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition during the Gamescom 2017 press conference last night. Moreover, the console is available for pre-order at different online stores such as Amazon, Best Buy, Microsoft Store and the Walmart at a price tag of $499.

The Project Scorpio Edition will serve as the Day One edition of the original Xbox One console which was also released ahead of the formal release of the main console. It is well designed with a plain black colored surface and a wireless controller with having “Project Scorpio Edition” on its front surface embedded vertically.

Have a look at the official reveal trailer of the limited edition console right below;

The console was previously leaked by the German retailer along with two photos ahead of its official announcement, which sparked internet with the secret plans of Microsoft. It comes with a big 1TB storage capacity and 12GB GDDR5 VRAM to deliver more impressive performance with the 4K experience.

Officially, the console was announced last year and will be competing against Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro, which is also upgraded version of the original console and aims to deliver 4K gaming experience but comes with a 4.2 Tflops, while the One X comes with a powerful 6 Tflops to ensure “true 4K experience”.

See also: Microsoft Planning to Offer Xbox One X “Project Scorpio Edition” – Report

What do you think about the Project Scorpio Edition and the upgraded console and how it can impact the console gaming industry? Let us know in the comment section below!

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