News tagged: Project Scorpio
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.
Microsoft's Project Scorpio game console is still on track for a holiday 2017 release, says Xbox boss Phil Spencer, and "amazing progress" is being made on the system. Spencer says he recently attended a meeting about the console and he is feeling good about where it's at.
Microsoft would like to move beyond regular console generations and as such, the era of consoles being released every 5+ years could be over. Speaking with Engadget, Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg explained the company is envisioning a future without "console generations."
Microsoft has recently launched an upgraded version of Xbox One, but the 2 TB Xbox One S was only a special launch edition in limited quantities. The new model comes with slimmer design, 4K Ultra HD video support and HDR capabilities for both gaming and video playback.
Microsoft has made some small performance improvements to the newly announced Xbox One S, but those improvements were necessary to allow HDR support, without any in-game performance improvements and now we have first details about the performance of the Project Scorpio.
During the E3 trade show in Los Angeles, Microsoft announced the rumoured Xbox One S. The new console is expected to replace the current Xbox One, but it doesn't bring much to the table. Luckily, the company has revealed some information about the next-gen high-end Xbox.