Xbox One X Receives FFC Approval; Pre-Ordering will Start Soon

Xbox One X, the much-anticipated gaming console of 2017, received massive updates by the American multinational technology company, Microsoft, that unveiled it at their E3 2017 Press Conference. However, for serious gaming enthusiasts, pre-ordering the console was not available ever since Xbox One X or Project Scorpio was revealed at the conference. On a much happier note, there’s a good news for interested buyers, and that is Microsoft’s upcoming gaming console has received the FCC approval.

This has been understood by the statement given by the executive vice president of Xbox Business, Phil Spenser, saying, “Our plan is set for this.  All approvals are done so now just landing the announce with all the info, won’t be too much longer.” While answering to a Twitter fan, Spenser has announced that Microsoft is very close to receiving the FCC certification and that fans don’t have to wait for pre-orders to begin much longer. The company is now on the verge of preparing the pre-ordering spree for Xbox One X. To Spencer’s tweet here’s what  Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra added by saying “Not much longer“.

As per reports, gamers can get their hands on pre-ordering the console in a month’s time at Gamescom 2017 video game show in Cologne, Germany. Talking about Xbox One X, Microsoft at E3 has already announced about the upcoming Xbox One X to be packed in 6 teraflops of graphical power. The console will be equipped with an eight core CPU clocked at 2.3GHz along with  12 GB of GDDR5 RAM. Xbox One X machine will be powered by a 1TB hard drive. Like Xbox One S, the Ultra HD Blu-ray player will be returning with the upcoming console. Speaking about the Xbox Two, rumor mills speculate that the next Xbox console is not expected to arrive in the next couple of years.

Currently, the company is focusing more on its VR and AR efforts on PC. Microsoft’s Xbox One X is going to launch on November 7 this year.

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