Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) is promising native 4K gaming, but the console only has 6 teraflops of power. Is that enough to make good on their promise? We take a look at the hard facts in our full article.
With PS4 Pro releasing in November, Sony has a one year headstart over Microsoft's Xbox Two (Project Scorpio). What can Microsoft do to keep gamers on their side during this long wait? Find out in our full article!
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After months of rumors, Sony finally confirmed the existence of the PS4 Pro at an event called The PlayStation Meeting in September of 2016. This new system boasts numerous hardware boosts that will result in 4K gaming, HDR support, and better graphics/frame rate for current and upcoming titles.
Recent comments from a Microsoft executive have had people thinking Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) will be Microsoft's last console. This couldn't be further from the truth. Find out why in our full article!
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At E3 2016, Xbox boss Phil Spencer took the stage and announced Project Scorpio, a new console that is promised to be the most powerful console ever made. Promises were made regarding 4K and VR, along with some vague specs, all of which points to one simple truth: ...
Microsoft promises that Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) will be the only console for "true 4K and Hi-fidelity VR." What do these terms mean, and how will they accomplish it? Find out about them and the new Windows 10 VR headset in our full article!