Microsoft Xbox Two (Scarlett) Is Coming With 4K Resolution and 60 FPS?
Everyone is getting excited to the fast-approaching launch of the next gaming console generation. The official details on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles are still scarce. However, the Xbox Two (Scarlett) is rumored to be the next-gen Microsoft console with important changes in the console space.
According to Wccftech, the executive editor Brad Sams of Thurrott.com just teased in a video that the upcoming console will release in 2020 with the Zen 2 and AMD’s next-generation graphics processing unit (GPU) technology. This means that the games will run at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second (fps). This information aligns to the previously reported rumors on the PlayStation 5 hardware that will come with an eight-core Zen central processing unit (CPU) and a Navi-based GPU.
The tech company Microsoft will take a varied approach for its next-generation consoles. They will release different types of hardware to run games through the cloud and the traditional hardware. This is similar to the low-cost Xbox console that runs games via the Azure infrastructure. A streaming-only console is designed for the company’s upcoming game streaming platform while the second console is a lower-powered device that will ship with the next-generation device.
The company is also embracing the digital distribution. It will bring changes to the Windows Store and Xbox App and will create a unified system as the head of the Senior Leadership Team Phil Spencer mentioned at the E3 2018. He expressed his intent to focus more on improving the Windows Store for the gamers. It is not surprising that the backward compatibility will also be present considering how well it has done on the current Xbox One.
Without further ado, if ever the Xbox Two (Scarlett) is really coming in 2020, then more details will surface online sometime next year. This could be likely at E3 2019 since the company had confirmed the powerful Xbox One X console a year and a half before it was shipped.
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