3 New Xbox One X Teaser Trailers Released; Invites You to “Feel True Power”
The Xbox One X’s release is just around the corner. All of a sudden, we see a number of advertisements released on the machine. It looks superb.
3 New Xbox One X Teaser Trailers Released
The long-awaited Xbox One X, otherwise known as Project Scorpio and what we call the Xbox One on steroids, is just around the corner and while the system is still a few weeks away from being released to the masses, a new wave of advertisements from Microsoft are here to show off the system’s full capabilities.
A new teaser video has gone live from Xbox ahead of the upcoming release of the Xbox One X. Specifically, the teaser video gives a taste of what’s in store from the Xbox One X and the system’s high-end capabilities with it being billed as “the world’s most powerful console,” including its enhanced 4K graphical and technical performance.
The 30-second spot highlighting a few of this year’s big titles on or coming to the system, such as Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Assassin’s Creed Origins, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, and a few older favorites on the system currently, such as Halo 5: Guardians.
The 2nd ad called “Gasp” focuses on the fact that the Xbox One X’s power will make your eye dilate, this one has the console making the actor gasp in awe. We get to see quite a few glimpses of games that will support the console, mostly focusing on Assassin’s Creed Origins and Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
And then the 3rd one called “Veins”, and it is all about making your veins pop out. We get to see a few glimpses of the games that will support the console, including Forza Motorsport 7 and Super Lucky’s Tale. Why would Minecraft make someone’s veins pop out is anyone’s guess but I wasn’t the one who created or directed it so I’m as clueless as you are.
The Xbox One X will release in stores on November 7th 2017. For a closer look at what the system can do, you can check out the new “Dilate”, “Gasp”, and “Veins” teaser videos listed throughout this post.
Pokdepinion: I will not deny the Xbox One X’s power and judging by the specs alone, it’s more than enough to triumph over the PS4 Pro. But, I’ll say this again; there’s no point in having games that look good if it isn’t an enjoyable game. The Xbox One needs a lot more killer apps.