Xbox Becoming Like PC Almost A Certainty According To Phil Spencer

Xbox Becoming Like PC Almost A Certainty According To Phil Spencer

A handful of leaks may have hinted about what the specs of Project Scorpio are, but unless Microsoft verifies it these rumors should be treated with a grain of salt.

The recent big reveal of the Xbox Scorpio's major features courtesy of Eurogamer's Digital Foundry-backed up Spencer's claim that it will be the most powerful console ever.

Xbox has remained as a major project for Microsoft and the company has offered an incredible selection of games for its console.

It's easier to stand on stage with a 6 teraflop t-shirt, and people kind of focus on one thing, but the platform is obviously much more complex than a single number. The Xbox One S is probably the best yet due to its white finish and smaller size when compared to the original.

Though no images of the final Project Scorpio console have been released by Microsoft, they have just released the first images of the dev kit.

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Based on what we have seen so far, Project Scorpio has another aim and that is offering virtual reality (VR) gaming to the masses.

If we look at previous Xbox developer kits, they tend to have comparable or the same design to their commercial counterparts. "Any hardware peripheral you have, any game, any app; it is part of the Xbox One family", Spencer explains. Microsoft made sure to ensure that nearly every game runs at 4K without any trouble, the tech giant had also teamed up with Digital Foundry to show the advanced technology powering the Xbox Scorpio as per the Express.

Microsoft executives said they're shooting for true 4K, 60 frames-per-second performance, and showed off a Forza demonstration to prove it.

The Xbox One is backwards compatible with the Xbox 360 games, but it is not clear whether the Scorpio will be backwards compatible with the Xbox 360 games. He even confirmed that developers will not have to sign exclusivity deals to develop VR titles on Scorpio.

There will also be 12GB of GDDR5 memory, alongside a 1TB hard disk, and a UHD Blu-ray player - making the console a very tempting offer indeed. On June 11, Microsoft will need to show gamers why they want Scorpio instead of other systems.