Even Microsoft admits that the Xbox One X is ‘not for everybody’
When Microsoft officially unveiled the Xbox One X at E3 over the summer, I asked a straightforward question: Who exactly does Microsoft expect to pay $499 for a 4K Xbox One? After all, if a consumer without an Xbox One decides to finally buy one this holiday season, the Xbox One S is a much better deal. Plus, if you’re a core gamer who wants to push games to their limits, chances are that you already have a solid PC, one which will play virtually every Xbox One exclusive from this point forward with even betters visuals than the Xbox One X.
With all of this in mind, it’s not especially surprising to Microsoft hedging its bets when it comes to expectations for the 4K console. In fact, in a recent interview with GameSpot, Xbox chief Phil Spencer went as far as to say that “it’s not for everybody,” much like the Xbox One Elite controller before it.
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