Are you interested in the Xbox One, preferably Microsoft’s upcoming iteration of the console code-named “Project Scorpio”? If so, Digital Foundry and Microsoft teamed up to reveal the upcoming console’s specs and info, which Project Scorpio itself is set to release sometime near the end of 2017.
Keeping on track here and attempting to provide the latest info regarding Project Scorpio, just recently Digital Foundry and Microsoft teamed up to reveal some of the specs regarding the upcoming platform in the Xbox console lineup.
The home console is said, according to Digital Foundry, to come with an eight-core CPU, 12GB of memory, 1TB of hard-drive space, a 4K UHD Blu-ray player, and an integrated power supply. The new console is said to support and improve many Xbox 360 and Xbox One games, too.
If you want a better look and what Digital Foundry churned out number wise, a chart showing the specs of the Project Scorpio, the Xbox One and the PS4 Pro sit below. The chart also contains specs for all three systems and the CPU, GPU, Memory, Memory Bandwidth, Hard Drive and Optical Drive.
If that was not enough and you need more information regarding the upcoming, and currently veiled, Xbox console, a video by the folks who teamed up with Microsoft to present the specs of Project Scorpio sits below. The video runs for 15 minutes and runs through all the Q4 device’s system setup.
If that above still was not enough for you, Digital Foundry released another video that cover five “improvements” over the Xbox One and the much older Xbox 360 console that Project Scorpio offers. The video runs for eight minutes and can be seen below courtesy of Digital Foundry‘s YouTube channel.
Microsoft is said to give its fans and the gaming industry a look or a tease of the new console, which will offer even more information regarding the forthcoming Project Scorpio. The company will be taking the stage for E3 2017 prior to the expo at Galen Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 11th, and will start at 2:00 P.M. PT / 5:00 P.M ET / 11:00 PM UK.
With that all said, what’s your thoughts on Microsoft and Digital Foundry’s presentation of Project Scorpio spec reveal?