New generation Xbox announced: 8K graphics, 120fps support, SSD storage and beam tracking
The new generation Xbox console that Microsoft has been working on for a long time has finally officially emerged today. In the E3 2019 presentation, Microsoft made a presentation about the new console, the console’s release date and explained some details. Here is the introduction video of Xbox Project Scarlett :
The next generation Xbox console, now called Project Scarlett; Support for 8K graphics , SSD storage , beam tracking technology and refresh rate up to 120fps . The releasedate is specified as the holiday period of 2020 . So in December 2020, the next-generation Xbox console will be officially released.
Microsoft also made some explanations about the hardware details of the console. Project Scarlett will come with a special Zen 2 based CPU and Navi RDNA GPU from AMD . According to Microsoft, Project Scarlett will be four times more powerful than the Xbox One X.
SSD storage solution is highlighted in a significant part of the introduction video. As you know, one of the biggest problems of Xbox One and PS4 was the serious load times in some games. The new generation of consoles finally provides a solution. As you know, Sony has announced that the PlayStation 5 will have SSD storage in recent months.
Microsoft’s presentation today was similar to the introduction of Project Scorpio. We have no idea about Project Scarlett’s appearance and official name right now. In the coming periods, explanations will be made on these issues.