According to the BBC, the new Microsoft console will be released on November 7 and will cost $ 499 (about 445 euros).
Speaking to Giant Bomb (via Gamespot), Spencer said that supporting original Xbox games on Xbox One is more technically challenging than Xbox 360, and touched on the rights issue as another bump in the road.
Both consoles offer 1 TB storage, but the Xbox One X also has a 4K/HDR Blu-ray player, which you can't find on the PS4 Pro. The console also supports 4K games, which is now at the top edge of video game technology.
A new game called "Metro: Exodus" takes advantage of the Xbox One X's processing power to dazzle with 4K visuals (alongside a mountain of visual detail).
The Xbox Backwards Compatibility for the Xbox One will drop later this year - but it will NOT be as extensive as Xbox 360 backwards compatibility lineup.
The prospect of official emulation of original Xbox games on PC looks like it could be a realistic one.
Facebook/xboxA promo image of the Xbox One X, previously called Project Scorpio, as a cover photo on the Microsoft game console's official Facebook page.
Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox, announces original Xbox Backward Compatibility at the Xbox E3 2017 Briefing on Sunday, June 11, 2017 in Los Angeles.
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"There are many people that come in and just want an affordable console that plays all of the games that we've shown here, plays them with great HDR support. The X will have even more trouble because the S is at $249 and so is the PS4".
Original Xbox games are not the only thing from the 16-year-old console to be making a comeback.
Xbox Live Gold membership required for online multiplayer on Xbox consoles.