We May See Project Scorpio Specs Soon

Lynne Hanson
April 4, 2017

During its press event at E3 2016, Microsoft announced Project Scorpio: a 4K, VR-capable console that would blow the competition out of the water. The new title is expected to run with Project Scorpio's 4k resolution. Speaking of Xbox One, it was noted that all titles, except for VR, to be featured on Project Scorpio will also arrive on Xbox One, but with lower resolutions.

As reported earlier by multiple websites, Microsoft's next-gen gaming console sports will be featuring an awesome 8-core CPU that capable of 6 teraflops of vast computing power. The GPU used for it will have 4.5 times more computing power, compared to XB1, and 4 times the L2 cache. There is also a rumour that Activision may show Call of Duty running on the console but given the publisher's current relationship with Sony, that one also seems iffy.

Responding to a question on Twitter, Phil Spencer has again reiterated not to approve particularly the idea of expandable and upgradeable consoles like any PC. Alongside other first party titles, like Crackdown 3 and State of Decay 2, some highly anticipated titles like Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption and Star Wars Battlefront 2 will also showcase the console's true 4K capabilities. But there some intriguing things that has been seen from the company, and that it's behaving differently. Hence, according to Trusted Reviews, Xbox head of games marketing Aaron Greenberg said that the Xbox Scorpio marks the beginning of the end of traditional console lifecycles for Microsoft. However, the software giant has recently confirmed that the upcoming gaming console will be launch later this year.

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Ginny Higgins told The Associated Press that a suspected tornado touched down soon after a warning was issued. High winds were snapping trees and causing other damage, and hail was falling within the affected states.

This story is just a rumor, mind you, and we won't know the official word until it's unveiled this week, if that's still happening.

Windows Central claims that there will a "sizeable library of 4K games" that will be available for the Xbox Project Scorpio as soon as it launches because of the console's so-called "change resilience" features.

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