Microsoft on Sunday gave the world the first official details about its Xbox 2, its next-gen console that is currently referred to as Project Scarlett, setting high expectations for the future of console gaming.
Microsoft on Sunday gave the world the first official details about its Xbox 2, its next-gen console that is currently referred to as Project Scarlett, setting high expectations for the future of console gaming. At the same time, Project Scarlett teases the same kind of features that Sony told us to expect from the PlayStation 5 launching next year, including support for higher resolution gaming, and speedier gaming experience with virtually no loading times.
Powering the new Xbox is AMD’s Zen 2 and Radeon RDNA chips, with the console expected to be four times more powerful than the Xbox One X.

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