Project Scorpio

Project Scorpio (Xbox One X) Details Leak! New Specs Revealed as Developer Speaks Out

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XBox One X SpecsIt's fair to say that Microsoft has been tight-lipped about Scorpio since their announcement of the console at E3 2016. We've been left with only speculation and rumors to go on. Thankfully, all of that has changed. We're pretty sure Microsoft's not happy, but a whitepaper has leaked that shows us a glimpse of Xbox One X (Project Scorpio) specs.

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What Exclusive Titles Will We See on Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio)?

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Console exclusives have long been used as a means of arguing why one is better than another. There’s no denying that certain franchises define their consoles after so many generations of exclusive titles.

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Can Xbox One X (Project Scorpio) Achieve 4K With 6 Teraflops of Power?

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XBox One X Project Scorpio 4KI still remember the first time I switched from a standard definition TV to an HD one. It was a magical moment. Now, we’re making the leap again with 4K resolutions, and gaming is answering the call. XBox One X (Project Scorpio) is promising true native 4K resolution when it releases in 2017.

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Microsoft: Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) is The Only Console For True 4K and Hi-Fidelity VR

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Xbox 2 VR and 4K

With the rise of both 4K and virtual reality, the time is upon us for Microsoft and Sony to start bragging about who does it better. While Sony has a lead with PlayStation Pro and PSVR, Microsoft doesn't seem to worried. The reason? Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) is going to be the only console capable of native 4K resolutions and what Microsoft calls "hi-fidelity VR."

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Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) is More Powerful Than PS4 Pro, But What About The Time Gap?

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Xbox 2 Scorpio vs PS4 Pro

After months of rumors, Sony finally confirmed the existence of the PS4 Pro at an event called The PlayStation Meeting in September of 2016. This new system boasts numerous hardware boosts that will result in 4K gaming, HDR support, and better graphics/frame rate for current and upcoming titles. Of course, Microsoft was quick to remind us that Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) will still be much more powerful.

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Why Xbox One X (Project Scorpio) Won’t Be The Last Console From Microsoft

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Since the dawn of modern gaming, we’ve always expected consoles to go through a cycle before gracefully bowing out as a new generation takes center stage. With the Xbox One and now XBox One X (Project Scorpio), all of that is changing.

Microsoft isn’t even sure if they’re going to do another generation of consoles after they release Project Scorpio/Xbox Two. Of course, these kinds of claims send a ripple effect through the industry, but I’m here to put your mind at ease. Join me as we discuss Microsoft’s comments and why console players have nothing to worry about.

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Microsoft Enters VR: Why Project Scorpio (Xbox 2) Will Use Oculus Rift

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Xbox 2 Oculus Rift

Xbox 2 (Project Scorpio) has been announced and one of the most interesting things we know about Microsoft’s new console is that it will indeed support high-fidelity virtual reality. While we don’t have an exact answer as to which headset the console will support, there’s enough evidence to support our theory that Xbox 2/Project Scorpio will work with the Oculus Rift.

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Fru Proves That the Kinect Deserves Another Chance on Xbox Two (Project Scorpio)

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The Kinect was supposed to be Microsoft’s foray into the world of motion-controlled gaming. Originally released at a time when the Nintendo Wii was the most popular game console for mainstream gamers, it never found the success it deserved. Microsoft tried again with Xbox One and still the device is collecting dust.

That is, until Fru released in summer of 2016. Read on to find out how this little gem of a game revived my faith in the Kinect and more importantly showcases why the device deserves another chance on Xbox Two.

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The Xbox One S is Coming, But You Should Wait For Xbox 2

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E3 2016 was packed with some of the biggest announcements in recent memory. For starters, Microsoft announced not one, but two new Xbox consoles. One was the Xbox One S, releasing on August 2nd, 2016, and the other was Project Scorpio (also known as Xbox 2).

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Why Project Scorpio is Xbox 2 in Disguise

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At E3 2016, Xbox boss Phil Spencer took the stage and announced Project Scorpio, a new console that is promised to be the most powerful console ever made. Promises were made regarding 4K and VR, along with some vague specs, all of which points to one simple truth:

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