Tagged: Microsoft Project Scorpio

After the announcement of Project Scorpio at last years E3, we have heard very little information on the console proposed to be the most powerful ever. But first, let's have a look at what we do know. Aside from the specs, XBox's Phil Spencer has previously gone on record to say that development is coming along smoothly and 'ahead of schedule'. Those very words whet eager fans appetite with a potential release before Holiday 2017, as was touted at E3. That was seven months away and a lot has happened in the industry since then. Look at Sony who have in ... Read More »
Microsoft announced at E3 that it had something 'big' for us in late 2017 and whilst the exact specifications are still under wraps, Scorpio was revealed. What we do know though is that this console will come with a 6 teraflops GPU and will deliver a native 4K gaming experience. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1dRgWpGePs Yesterday (Weds 7th September), Microsoft's biggest rival in the console market finally revealed the enhanced version of its PlayStation 4 Console, the PS4 'Pro' (formerly codenamed 'Neo') and as per the leaked specs, features a 4.2 teraflops GPU and HDR gaming. It's missing the 4k HDR Bluray player that Microsoft's new ... Read More »
Microsoft has promised that no one will be left behind as it revealed Project Scorpio to an explosive E3 crowd. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, you heard it, a brand new Xbox console is on its way and its name is Scorpio. Despite this, Phil Spencer has assured us all that the original Xbox One console will not be left behind and neither will the new Xbox One S, all these consoles will be compatible with one another playing the exact same games. Project Scorpio will allow developers to make games that support 4K Ultra HD, a standard of graphical ... Read More »

Latest Competition

Elgato HD60s Competition

Thanks to our sponsor Elgato Gaming, we have a fantastic HD60s Capture Card which will be won by one lucky Xbox One UK visitor.

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close