For the most part, the Xbox One X will have the same operating system as the Xbox One and Xbox One S you're used to today, with a few small differences. It will be able to output games in 4K, naturally, but also capture gameplay at 4K with a more powerful Game DVR. It will also get a special boot animation that celebrates the internal system, dubbed the Scorpio engine, in honor of the console's codename.
Xbox's Major Nelson has given us an early glimpse at the boot animation following a few leaks. Here it is in all its high-def glory.
Here is a preview of the special boot animation that only Xbox One X owners will see. Only a few more days until launch. pic.twitter.com/KSos2N2gGB— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) November 1, 2017
The Xbox One X launches proper on November 7, 2017. Head over here to learn all about this powerful console, or stay tuned for our full review in the near future.
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