The Xbox One has finally entered full production, and the CPU clock speed has been boosted from 1.6GHz to 1.75GHz, as revealed by Xbox chief marketing officer Yusef Mehdi.
Speaking at Citi Global Technology Conference, Mehdi confirmed that the Xbox One is on target for a November release (at least in some countries), though he would not reveal a specific release date for the system.
He believes that the system is “really going to shine” and said that this “will be the biggest launch” that Microsoft have ever done in terms of units shipped.
The PS4 CPU speed is not known, though we do know that the system will support 8GB of DDR5 RAM as well as an 8 core CPU. Sony’s system launches on November 15th in the US and November 29th in Europe, so it’ll be interesting to see where Microsoft’s release date fits in.