The Xbox One X has been revealed along with its $499 price tag. That's OK if you're in America, but what about elsewhere? Well if you're in the UK you can expect to pay £449 when you get your shiny new console on November 7.

For context, that's only £100 more than the 2TB launch edition of the Xbox One S when it launched in 2016, and while the base spec of the Xbox One X is 1TB, it's not a bad markup, really.

Not when you consider the leap to 4K 60FPS gaming and the fact it's smaller than the current console, while being so much more powerful. Pre-orders will likely go live very soon, but you can check out much more over at the Xbox UK site right now.

Given the local pricing, what do you think? Happy?