— Jez Corden (@JezCorden) May 3, 2017
Last month, gamers got their first look at the specifications for the upcoming mid-generation console release of Xbox Scorpio. While we’re touting the system as a brand-new release in gaming, a leak of the frame-rate counter mini-screen for the console’s developer kit has surfaced.
Just a few weeks ago, we got a sneak peek at the rough draft model; but now Windows Central has confirmed that the front-facing panel was actually a screen. It features frame-rate countering, as well as read and write speeds – which we’re assuming is something Microsoft wouldn’t allow to become public if the console really didn’t have a standard implement of 60 frames per second.
Take a look at the media above and stay tuned for more information on the Scorpio this summer.