Published On: Sat, Apr 1st, 2017

Xbox Scorpio Might Be Showcased as Early as Next Week, Says Journalist

Disclaimer – not an Apr Fools’ joke.

Jez Corden, Senior Editor for Xbox during, suggested some new information on Xbox Scorpio around Twitter progressing today. The biggest news is that a extended Xbox One competence be denounced to a open as early as subsequent week, presumably even before subsequent Saturday.

Corden also talked a bit about a Xbox Scorpio dev kits as good as probable Bluetooth support in a final hardware. There shouldn’t be a Kinect port, though.

According to him, Xbox Scorpio won’t transcend a specifications announced by Microsoft during E3 2016 (8 CPU cores, 6 teraflops of computing power, 320GB/s of memory bandwidth with a thought of achieving “true 4K gaming) yet it will have a betrothed 6 teraflops. This would put it approach forward of PlayStation 4 Pro’s 4.2 teraflops.

Again, Jez Corden done it extravagantly transparent this is not a joke. However, it should be treated as a gossip for now, with all that entails. Still, WindowsCentral is maybe a biggest Microsoft-focused website and it valid a credit over a final few years.

Staying on a Xbox Scorpio trickle topic, it’s value remembering that a integrate months ago Digital Foundry claimed to have seen a whitepaper common by Microsoft on a growth portal.

The essay contained a few some-more tidbits on a specifications. Scorpio won’t underline a ESRAM distinct Xbox One; a GPU will have 4.5x computing energy compared to a XB1 and 4x times L2 cache; a hardware will support delta tone application (DCC) only like PlayStation 4 Pro, with a specific thought to revoke a volume of GPU bandwidth consumed to describe tone pixels.

We’ll see if Microsoft chooses to betray a extended Xbox One, Scorpio, subsequent week. Even if it doesn’t, we should know a lot some-more in a subsequent integrate months heading adult to E3 2017 (June 13-15, Los Angeles Convention Center).

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