Xbox One X costs $499/£449 - here's how you can pre-order it

It’s here, it has a name, it has a price, and it’s beautiful. After all much speculation about what it could look like and what it could do, the console formally known as Scorpio has been dubbed Xbox One X, and you’ll (eventually) be able to preorder it as the link below:

Amazon’s Xbox One X preorder page

You can also register your interest at the below links. It won't be too long before we can pre-order proper but it's worth being the first to find out. 

Register your Xbox One X preorder interest at Gamestop US
Register your Xbox One X preorder interest at GAME

The Xbox One X will cost $499/£449 and the release date is November 7, 2017, so you’ve got plenty of time to sit on that link and endless hit refresh until it’s finally available to buy. Most interestingly, it’s also the smallest Xbox ever made - a sleek, handsome unit, compact but powerful. Like honey badger that plays games in 4K. 

We’ve got all the Xbox One X specs right here, but here’s a quick rundown, because if you’re going to drop money on a new console you’ll want to tell your friends exactly how powerful it is. 

  • Six teraflops of GPU
  • 326GB/s of memory bandwidth
  • 12GB of memory at launch

Yes. It’s a beast. What are you waiting for? I mean, apart from the link going live.

Don't forget, you can check out all the E3 2017 trailers here.