News tagged: Project Scorpio
The Xbox One X is officially the fastest-selling Xbox preorder in Microsoft's history, the company has confirmed. In the first five days of its availability, more people preordered the Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition than any other Xbox console. Preorders began Sunday.
Even though it has the hardware to justify its price tag, the Xbox One X may be too expensive, according to analysts who spoke with GI.biz. Multiple analysts agreed the $500 price tag was high for the console gaming market and it could put the Xbox One X out of reach for many.
At its annual E3 2017 conference, Microsoft unveiled the long rumoured Xbox Project Scorpio. The official name is Xbox One X and the all-new gaming console is expected to go on sale later this year, precisely on November 7, in black color and a price tag of $499.
Microsoft's Xbox boss Phil Spencer says the Project Scorpio console is still coming along entirely as planned. When asked on Twitter about the system's release schedule, he said the "schedule looks very good right now, no issues." It'll be available in time for the holidays.
After years of being behind Sony, Microsoft is finally looking like it could beat Sony with its new gaming console. The new Xbox Project Scorpio really looks impressive on the paper and will definitely be stronger than the recently announced PlayStation 4 Pro.
The Xbox One and now the One S are great gaming consoles, but Sony's PlayStation 4 was always a step ahead. After years of catching up Sony, Microsoft believes it finally has something that would put its console on top and now it has confirmed the official launch date.
The next hardware-centric event from Microsoft will take place on May 2, the company has revealed. Press invites began going out to journalists today, confirming the event will take place at 9:30 a.m. ET on May 2. It isn't clear what the company will show off.
An image of an Xbox Project Scorpio prototype has appeared for the first time. The development kit model gives some idea of the design Microsoft is working with, but it's bound to differ from the final product. Multiple images related to the project were released.
As rumoured, Microsoft has finally revealed the specifications of its upcoming Xbox Project Scorpio gaming console. On paper, the console really looks impressive as most of the upcoming games will run at a native 4K resolution and at 60 frames per second.
Microsoft still hasn't discussed this week's rumored Project Scorpio announcement, but Eurogamer now says there it'll have an "exclusive Xbox Scorpio reveal" on April 6 at 9 a.m. PT. No information about what may be revealed was mentioned in the tweet.
We may finally learn more about Microsoft's Project Scorpio console this week. Although we're months away from E3, a new rumor has appeared claiming information about the console could be released on April 6. We'll reportedly see its full technical specifications.
Recording and streaming gameplay in 4K may be possible with Project Scorpio. Microsoft has already confirmed the console supports native 4K games, and a report from Windows Central claims the system will feature HEVC and VP9 codecs, and it'll be a big upgrade over the Xbox One.
Microsoft already confirmed that they are working on a more powerful Xbox console codenamed Project Scorpio. The company also revealed some details, alongside approximate release date, but now the official page of the console went live in the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft's game consoles are going to work with mixed reality headsets beginning next year. It has announced support will be added to the Xbox One and Project Scorpio in 2018, at which point you can power a headset with a console rather than a Windows PC.
Microsoft's briefing at E3 2017 now has a date. It's switched things up this year and will be holding the briefing on Sunday, June 11 rather than on Monday. The event begins at 2 p.m. PT. Project Scorpio is going to be one of the main topics during the event.
Project Scorpio isn't going to swoop in and replace the Xbox One, Microsoft has assured consumers. Xbox boss Phil Spencer says the Xbox One and Xbox One S will be supported for a long time to come even though there will end up being a more advanced console on the market.
Addressing questions about whether Microsoft's Project Scorpio will play games in native 4K, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has provided a clear answer. He says some games will be played in native 4K. That appears to include all of the titles from Microsoft itself.
Sony PlayStation 4 has been pretty much the best selling console since its release. Microsoft tried many things to improve sales of its Xbox One console, but it is obvious that the console is still slightly behind the PS4. The company hopes to change that for the first time in
During the CES 2017 trade show, AMD showcased its upcoming Ryzen CPU powered by the also upcoming GPU Vega architecture. AMD was holding a booth to showcase this two new technology to the public, but there was one thing we didn't expect to see at the booth.
The graphics offered by the Xbox Scorpio will surpass that of any other console, says Microsoft, and the system is capable of delivering "really true 4K," according to Xbox executive Aaron Greenberg. He says the console will allow "really incredible visual games" to run.