The latest Microsoft Xbox Update Project Scorpio is going to rule the gaming world. It Outperforms several such Gaming Consoles.
Microsoft has recently done something that console manufacturers have never done so far. Yes! It has declared for its latest Xbox Update, its forthcoming project Scorpio console at, video game news site, Euro gamer. The gaming industry has so far observed strict control on hardware information or any other technical specifications leaking and it became like a corporate obsession. However, the revelation was a fascinating move as it let gamers processing the meaning of machine for themselves. Microsoft has been facing questions like whether there are audiences for such high-tech console that’s barely three years into its lifecycle. Xbox 360 served as the best console multiplayer infrastructure, and with this new development with eight custom x86 cores clocked at 2.3GHz, an 1172MHz graphics processor and 12GB of system memory, it certainly predominates the original machine’s processing power and graphics capabilities. It allows HDR color supportive, 4K resolution gaming, at 60 frames-per-second, and also outperforms Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro. Although, Developers require the use of standard Xbox One and Xbox One S iterations while making games, but after the new invention, they can opt for the support of the high-end visual feature-set of this new machine.
Some gamers found that this new update has stuck with AMD’s Jaguar class of processor, which was used by original Xbox One as well as the Playstation 4. This is well amplified and customized for Scorpio, but the company hasn’t swapped out the silicon for a newer more powerful processor family. The Xbox One S that was released in August 2016, has additional features like HDR capabilities, 4K video playback, and upscaled game visuals, than its original console. Forza Horizon 3 and Gears of War 4 looks phenomenal while played on 4K televisions. Microsoft revealed that the console will use improved rendering and processing power to develop frame rates and general visual performance of games even when displayed on 1080p screen