After the tech giant Microsoft’s conference at E3 2019, many of you might be feeling disappointed, as we all expected to see the new console and some final technical data, but that didn’t happen. As the all-new console of the tech giant, Microsoft’s Xbox Project Scarlett will arrive at Christmas 2020 and will come with the game Halo Infinite; that’s it, as the tech giant Microsoft has not offered any more details about it.
Microsoft Unveiled Xbox ‘Project Scarlett’ With 8K Support & 4x More Power
Many of you might feel disappointed after the tech giant Microsoft’s conference at E3 2019, as we all expected to see the new console and some final technical data, but that didn’t happen. As the all-new console of the tech giant Microsoft’s Xbox Project Scarlett will arrive at Christmas and will come with the game Halo Infinite, that’s it, as the tech giant Microsoft has not offered any more details about it.
Scarlett’s all-new project will be a mix of classic console and cloud gaming. A very important bet of the tech giant Microsoft, which needs to take a hit to recover the lost ground in the gaming market, after the failure of Xbox One, and the poor acceptance of the Windows Store among PC gamers.
Moreover, the tech giant Microsoft has shown 60 new games, 14 titles from Microsoft’s studios. More than 50%, 34 in total, appear on the launch day of the Xbox Game Pass subscription. This is the presentation trailer for the Xbox Project Scarlett console.
The new Microsoft console, Project Scarlett will come with the Halo Infinite game as a launching game in Christmas 2020. And it will be 4 times more powerful than Xbox One X, and it will come with an SSD disk 40 times faster than the hard drives of the current consoles.
As Phil Spencer has confirmed that he will use a Zen 2 processor with Navi GPU, capable of reaching the 8K resolution and up to 120 fps. Surely 120 fps will only reach in certain games at 2K or 4K resolution. Even he has also confirmed the ray tracing support and it will be compatible with the 4 generations of Xbox games.
Moreover, we have seen new videos of The Outer Wilds, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Minecraft Dungeons, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Cyberpunk 2077, the new game from the creators of the great The Witcher 3, which will star Keanu Reeves.
Among the innovations, they have presented the online game The Bleeding Edge, the horror game Blair Witch, Wasteland 3, Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Dying Light 2, Phantasy Star Online 2, LEGO DLC for Forza Horizon 4, and some good number of indie games as well.
One of the surprises of the presentation has been the new Microsoft Flight Simulator, a mythical saga that recovers the new generations. The most advanced flight simulator in history, powered by the artificial intelligence of the Azure cloud, and real data from satellites.
— Xbox (@Xbox) June 9, 2019
Moreover, the tech giant Microsoft has also announced the purchase of a new company, known as Double Fine Studios, it is one of the well-known indie game studios of the legendary Tim Schafer.
While in October 2019, all the Xbox One users will be able to use their console to stream. They can send their games, videos and other personal content to the mobile, PC, or any screen, using the Microsoft cloud, basically, the console will become a content server.
During the conference, the tech giant Microsoft has also released Xbox Games Pass for PC, the new subscription service that will offer more than 100 PC games, including titles like Gears 5 or Halo The Master Chief Collection, for only $4.49 per month.
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