Microsoft To Unveil Xbox Scorpio This Week
Microsoft To Unveil Xbox Scorpio This Week

There is no generation break for Sony and Microsoft, but an intermediate step was taken by the Microsoft in which it is showing that now the turn is for Project Scorpio which is an advanced gaming machine design by the company itself Redmond, in which it will offer a technical section much superior to the PlayStation 4 Pro.

Microsoft To Unveil Xbox Scorpio This Week

Sony has gone ahead with PlayStation 4 Pro, and Nintendo has also recently released its Switch. There is no generation break for Sony and Microsoft, but an intermediate step was taken by the Microsoft in which it showing that now the turn is for Project Scorpio which is an advanced gaming machine design by the company itself Redmond, in which it will offer a technical section much superior to the PlayStation 4 Pro.

At the moment, among other things, a graphic power of 6 teraflops has been promised and the rest of the details, we have been able to know in advance, will be announced this week.

The tech giant Microsoft has not said anything similar, but it is assumed that the wait will be worth it for Project Scorpio because the Redmond firm has wanted to spend more time developing its new game console than Sony to PlayStation 4 Pro and this is evident – relatively – in aspects such as graphics power: PlayStation 4 Pro has made the leap to the 4 teraflops, but Microsoft will go well beyond reaching 6 teraflops. Not only that, even this will not have scaled to 4K resolution, as it will directly serve content in this resolution ‘natively.’

At the moment we know that Forza Motorsport 7 will be the video game that takes the banner of this new step forward by Microsoft, which as we said earlier will give a major jump in the GPU to position above its direct rival is PS4 Pro.

The title will be relaunched in 4K resolution, according to the information that has leaked, and the latest rumors have pointed out that it could have AMD Ryzen inside – the new Xbox Scorpio.

Facing the latest Xbox One, they point out that this new Xbox Scorpio, which is as it seems to be called, will feature 32MB of static ESRAM and 12 GB of GDDR5 RAM. Right now, the Xbox One puts up 8GB DDR3, then the jump seems to be important at all levels.

Another important aspect is that, although now it will be launched games optimized for Xbox Scorpio, all new titles will be compatible with Xbox One also but with a lower resolution. Similarly, patches and updates are also expected to be rolled out to accommodate some of the titles that are already available on the market.



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