Full Xbox One X “Feel True Power” 4K TV Commercial Finally Released in English; Shows Games and More

Following a leak of the Japanese version of the commercial, Microsoft finally released the full Xbox One X ad in English.

on October 22, 2017 7:00 PM

Earlier today, Microsoft itself leaked the Japanese version of the full “Feel True Power” Xbox One X TV commercial, but as the time for the official release came, so did the final English ad.

The commercial, which will air on TV stations worldwide, gives a look on some games that will support the upcoming console, including Assassin’s Creed OriginsForza Motorsport 7MinecraftMiddle-earth: Shadow of WarHalo Wars 2CupheadPlayerunknown’s BattlegroundMadden NFL 18FIFA 18, and more.

Interestingly, we also see snippets of movies and sport. This is a commercial clearly devised for a wider audience than core gamers, so it makes sense that Microsoft also decided to advertise other entertainment features.

The whole commercial is definitely much faster paced and interesting than the teasers revealed over the past three days. You can check out the first, the second, the third, and the fourth.

If you want to hear more info on the upcoming console, you can watch our interviews with Product Manager Ryan Moore and Samsung National Training Manager Scott Cohen (talking about the partnership between Microsoft and the TV manufacturer). You can also take a good look at our recent hands-on time with Xbox One X, and read our full interview with Aaron Greenberg.

The Xbox One X will be released on store shelves worldwide on November 7th, 2017.

 /  Executive News Editor
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