Microsoft Announces Project Scorpio Gaming Console, Aimed for Holiday 2017 Release
Microsoft’s been pretty busy today and at the company’s E3 2016 press conference, they dropped details around their successor to the Xbox One, dubbed Project Scorpio. The next-gen gaming console will feature 8 cores, 320Gb memory bandwidth, and six teraflops of performance that will allow for true fully uncompressed 4K gaming. It’s going to be backwards compatible with the Xbox One and newly announced and slimmer Xbox One S as well. Project Scopio’s expcted to aim for 60 fps performance while also making way for powerful VR gaming. The release is set for Holiday 2017 and though that may seem like it’s ways away, we’ll be getting a lot more details in the months ahead that should build anticipation even further.