Xbox Scorpio Will Be Able to Deliver 'True' 4K
Xbox executive Aaron Greenberg talks about the abilities of the upcoming high-powered Xbox Scorpio, stating that the console will have the ability to deliver "true 4K" to fans.
Speaking at this weekend's Xbox FanFest in Mexico City, Greenberg talked about the power behind the Xbox Scorpio. "This will really bring the most powerful console you've ever seen," said Greenberg for the console, which will run first-party Xbox One games at 4K resolution. "It will bring these really true 4K, really incredible visual games that we've never seen before on the console."
Greenberg went on talking about what Microsoft was aiming to bring to the gaming community through the development of the console. "People who have spent thousands of dollars on a high-end PC are getting that experience," said Greenberg for 4K gaming. "How do we bring that to scale in a console in your living room? That's a big part of what Project Scorpio is about."
Up to this point, Microsoft has been very open about the Scorpio's added power compared to the PS4 Pro. Microsoft executive Albert Penello has suggested that the company "aspired a little bit higher" through pushing the limits of console gaming with the project. This has been mixed with suggestions that Sony's console is not capable of delivering 'true' 4K gaming, even though Sony has claimed that its forward compatibility plans are not misleading.
Naturally, an up-scaled resolution is not everything, and there's no guarantee that Scorpio will surpass its opposition when it launches in Holiday 2017. Above all, those who own the device will also need a 4K television to experience the full impact of its added power. Maybe that is why Microsoft has been keen to also promote the flexibility of the console, such as its Xbox 360 backward compatibility.
By the sound of it, however, the PS4 Pro is currently making a big impact on the market. Despite the fact that Microsoft is once again taking the lead in the console race, PS4 console sales tripled in just a week since the Pro's release. Hopefully, both Sony and Microsoft will be able to provide hardware that adds to gaming in general.
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Added on 22 Sep, 2012