Xbox One X Unboxing: What's in the box?

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Original Xbox games were made playable on Xbox One from October 24, as part of the next major Backwards Compatibility update.

The Xbox One X is Microsoft's super-powered follow-up to the current One S console.

Next month's offerings for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 cover a wide range of genres, so it is highly likely that at least one of the titles will draw interest from each Xbox Live member. During the middle of the month Xbox One owners can look forward to Tales From The Borderlands from Telltale Games starting November 15th, along with Deadfall Adventures for the Xbox 360. With both Xbox 360 titles available to also play on the Xbox One thanks to the Backward Compatibility program.

If we talk about the official words from the Microsoft's blog post, people who have Xbox Game Pass will be able to get instant access of Ninja Gaiden Black.

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Packed inside the box you'll also find an HDMI cable, optical out lead, controller with batteries and some other essential bits - including some free trials of Microsoft's online services. For the month of November, Games with Gold includes Night into Dreams. It will make you feel like you are playing a new generation game on your Xbox One console. Ubisoft's Trackmania Turbo will be free to download throughout the month, and will be followed midway through the month by Tales from the Borderlands Complete Season (Episodes 1-5), which will be available from November 16 until December 15.

Microsoft's upcoming console, the Xbox One X, isn't far away now - promising to deliver improved resolutions up to 4K and improved frame rates across titles.

The One X sports a very sleek and minimalist design, as you'll see when you pull Microsoft's new console out of the box and peel off the protective wrapper.