Microsoft Unveils Next Xbox, Features 8K Support and 120FPS
Monday, 10 June 2019 () Microsoft revealed at E3 2019 the upcoming Xbox Next-Gen console code-named Project Scarlet and promises to focus more on gaming. The current generation of consoles is coming to an end, and it looks like Microsoft’s and Sony’s efforts to prolong the lives of Xbox One and PlayStation 4, respectively, are running out of steam. It’s time for a new generation of consoles, so everyone needs to get on board the hype train. Of course, the E3 gaming conference is the perfect avenue to announce any kind of new console, even if it seems that fewer companies decide to participate each year. Microsoft took advantage of E3 to reveal project Scarlet and to share some details about the new console. It’s powerful. That’s all you need to know Despite announcing Project Scarlet, Microsoft didn’t actually share any relevant hardware details about the new console. We do know that it’s supposed to be up to four times more powerful than Xbox One X, whatever that means...
Microsoft has unveiled its next-generation Xbox console, known as "Project Scarlett," which is set to hit store shelves during the 2020 holiday season. Keanu Reeves made a surprise appearance to unveil the release date for "Cyberpunk 2077", as Gracie Jerome reports.
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