Microsoft this week is going to make an official announcement of its new game console Project Scorpio. For those who may not be aware of the events, recall that the novelty should be a console with support for virtual reality technology VR, as well as 4K resolutions. It is Project Scorpio that should compete with Sony on the market, but since last summer there has been almost no fresh information about the novelty on the web.
So, according to the Windows Central website, one of the largest vendors of computer games visited Microsoft’s headquarters recently to discuss all the details of the upcoming launch. The very same American manufacturer is going to surprise journalists and gamers with the possibilities of its novelty with the help of such novelties as Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2, which are rumored to look just fine.
By the present moment, it is known that Microsoft Project Scorpio is capable of delivering performance at 6 TFlops, is equipped with 12 GB of GDDR5 memory and, like PS4 Pro, will not have exclusive games. Means, any game under Project Scorpio will work with either Xbox One or Xbox One S.
Windows Central reports that the new console will have a more compact design than you would expect from a product with this performance, except that Microsoft is likely to finally give up a massive power supply that was an unpleasant feature of the Xbox One.
Well, for those who restrained themselves and did not buy themselves a brand new PlayStation 4 Pro or Xbox One S, now it makes sense to wait a little longer and get your hands on Project Scorpio.