The launch of Microsoft’s Project Scorpio is super essential for the launch of Microsoft meanest console to date. Targeting enthusiast gamers who want to game at 4K, the Scorpio promises to deliver and cater such users. Considering how PC gamers have been taking up the lead every time in the graphics department with powerful graphics cards that are relatively expensive, we’re quite interested to see what Microsoft’s Scorpio sacrifices to get their resolution upto 4k.
Sony has already outdone Microsoft in terms of sales numbers by launching their PlayStation 4 Pro earlier this year that actually upscales most games to 4K. However, if Microsoft’s Project Scorpio is in the reach for many gamers or even PC gamers, the Scorpio should really see great deal of users porting in. After a long year of teasers, Microsoft will finally unveil Project Scorpio at E3 2017 in its fully glory.
Forza Horizon 7, Battlefront 2 and Red Dead Redemption 2
Microsoft will be unveiling Project Scorpio to the masses with three Triple-A titles. Red Dead Redemption 2, Forza Motorsport 7 and Star Wars Battlefront 2 according to a report. All three of these titles are highly hyped from their fans and should do justice for those who really want to experience what Microsoft has to offer. Only time will tell how these games perform on Microsoft’s Project Scorpio.
Taking a look back at Microsoft’s Claims
Microsoft has claimed that Project Scorpio will come with “uncompromised” 4K gaming which probably means that they will not be upscaling games to 4K. Now what alone is impressive considering that Sony’s PlayStation 4 uses upscaling techniques to upscale most demanding games upto 4K.
Now we do not expect this console to be anywhere near the size of Microsoft’s new revamped Xbox One S, although it’s the internals that will matter here. Project Scorpio will come packing 6TFLOPs of computer power from AMD and 4K gaming out of the box.
According to Microsoft’s own teaser of Project Scorpio, Microsoft said that they’ve been working for two years at that point, and now another year has come to pass by which means Microsoft has put three years into the console. Along the way, we saw Mr Phil Spencer, Head Of Xbox reveal that developers have already started working on optimizing Project Scorpio’s hardware, platform and games.
If we consider they are late to the party compared to Sony’s launch we think that Microsoft should have really put this extra year to good work and actually give enthusiasts the “True-4K” experience as they call it.
Now all we have to do is wait patiently what Microsoft has in store for Project Scorpio. It’s going to be great!