Holiday 2020. . .
Yesterday, E3 2019 formally kicked off, with Microsoft at the helm to present their upcoming scheduled games for the next fiscal year. During the conference, we got new details on their upcoming Project Scarlett console, which will officially release during holiday 2020.
While pricing wasn’t confirmed, Microsoft revealed that it’ll be four times as powerful as the current Xbox One X and will have 4K and 60-frames-per-second as a standard for all games.
However, the system is set to have up to 8K and 120-frames-per-second performance, which we’re assuming will arrive sometime in 2021. The latest Zen 2 and Radeon RDNA architecture from AMD was also teased, as well as our favorite feature being a next-generation solid state drive available.
This means that we could have the possibility of no-load times after initial boot up for every game. Also, Halo Infinite was confirmed to launch with the Xbox Scarlett, day-one, so expect some gameplay to emerge later this year for more hype.
Take a look at highlights below.
🔴 Native 4K at 60 FPS, up to 8K at 120 FPS
🔴 Next gen SSD = 40x faster than current consoles
🔴 Hardware accelerated ray tracing
🔴 Games, accessories and career come with you