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Microsoft Sends Out Xbox One X Early To Win Gamers

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Just three weeks stand between the Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) gaming fan base and the Xbox One X. The device rolls out on November 7th. It also promises performance and visuals like no other console on the market. The team at Xbox is pulling out all the stops this time around. Its incoming product is capable of winning over the most die-hard PlayStation fanboy.

After a similar preview period at Best Buy, Microsoft lets Xbox One X hopefuls try out the device in-house. Interested customers can do so around the world at select Microsoft retail stores.

This week, the public learns that they can try out the new console before it officially becomes available for purchase. Are you keen to play the Xbox One X before it rolls out in stores?

“Be one of the first to get hands-on with the Xbox One X,” the company wrote. People are encouraged to join in on the console’s hype at participating Microsoft brick and mortar outlets. The tech firm says the previews act as a promo period for the newest Forza, too. “We’ll also be celebrating the the leadup to launch with Forza Motorsport 7 gameplay,” the company announced.

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It is almost hard to fathom that less than a month is left before the Xbox team under Microsoft Corporation releases the One X. Pre-order numbers for the machine surpass those of any other Xbox ever sold. This is according to the development team itself. It is also proof of the gaming community’s hunger for power-driven gameplay.

Microsoft is ready to provide. Now, we learn that Xbox wants to convince those who are on the fence about their newest product.

Your nearest Microsoft Store might have a 4K television connected to new Xbox One X. There, people can try out the machine and see for themselves what all the excitement is about. Microsoft Stores all over the world offer this opportunity, from New York to Sydney. Those who are keen to try out the console, can do so with Forza Motorsport 7.

Microsoft want people to love the Xbox One X

Microsoft Corporation says that fans can also do so in the presence of special guests at selected locations. Beyond that, prizes will be offered for those who come through.

People who pre-order the Xbox One X will have the piece of mind of not having to worry if they will get one when it launches. MVC UK claims that initial supply will be limited, but Microsoft will have more stocks in stores in the subsequent weeks.

It was not made clear which Microsoft retail outlets will be taking part in the promo at the moment. Those interested in taking part might want to call and check first before heading down. Never fear, though. In terms of the launch, Microsoft says it wants as many people as possible to get a feel of it newest machine. The company wants many more of its stores letting people preview the Xbox One X.

“More participating locations will be added in the coming weeks, and soon you will be able to play Xbox One X at all Microsoft Store locations prior to launch.”

It is interesting to note that the guys at Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) do not expect the Xbox One X to outsell the One S. The existing generation console does all the same things, only with less processing power. Beyond that, it is a lot more affordable, too. The head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, says the One X is “not for everybody”. The current generation is a lot more likely yo lead in terms of overall sales.

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