Published On: Wed, Jan 25th, 2017

[Updated] Spencer Says Early Xbox Scorpio Unit “Looked Right” & First Games “Played Great”; Teams Tuning Games

[Update] Following his initial Scorpio-related tweets, a Xbox head followed adult with 2 additional tweets.

[Original] Microsoft’s conduct of Xbox, Phil Spencer, has once again taken to Twitter to share an refurbish on a arriving Xbox Scorpio.

Yesterday, a Xbox executive already common that he’s happy with how a growth on a console is proceeding. In a new set of tweets, Spencer common his hands-on impressions with an early Scorpio unit. “Great day, Scorpio refurbish w/ team. Played my first games on early Scorpio unit”, he tweeted. “Games played great, console looked right, unapproachable of a team”.

Commenting on a twitter per a disproportion between games using on a customary Xbox One and a Xbox Scorpio, Microsoft’s Xbox conduct pronounced that bringing adult full games this early for a Scorpio’s new hardware, allows a growth teams to balance their titles for a best results.

Microsoft announced a Xbox Scorpio during a E3 press discussion final year and has betrothed loyal local 4K gaming though compromises. The accurate specifications of a console are unknown, though Microsoft settled that it will competition an eight-core CPU, some-more than 320 GB/s of memory bandwidth and 6 teraflops of GPU power.

Project Scorpio will be a initial console with 6 teraflops of power, that will commission a world’s biggest diversion creators to entirely welcome loyal 4K gaming though sacrificing quality, beget premier VR experiences, though sacrificing performance, and putting larger striking fealty in a hands of a world’s best diversion creators”, pronounced Spencer on a Scorpio’s announcement.

The Xbox Scorpio will recover after this year. An accurate recover date is nonetheless to be unveiled.

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