Xbox Project Scorpio Will Be Showcased Next Week According To Latest Rumors
Jez Corden, Senior Editor for Xbox at WindowsCentral.com, revealed some new information on Xbox Scorpio via Twitter earlier today.
Corden also talked a bit about the Xbox Scorpio dev kits as well as possible Bluetooth support in the final hardware. There shouldn’t be a Kinect port, though.
According to him, Xbox Scorpio won’t surpass the specifications announced by Microsoft during E3 2016 (8 CPU cores, 6 teraflops of computing power, 320GB/s of memory bandwidth with the goal of achieving “true 4K gaming) but it will have the promised 6 teraflops. This would put it way ahead of PlayStation 4 Pro’s 4.2 teraflops.
Again, Jez Corden made it abundantly clear this is not a joke. However, it should be treated as a rumor for now, with all that entails. Still, WindowsCentral is perhaps the biggest Microsoft-focused website and it proved its credibility over the last few years.
Staying on the Xbox Scorpio leak topic, it’s worth remembering that a couple months ago Digital Foundry claimed to have seen a whitepaper shared by Microsoft on its development portal.
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