As part of its announcement at E3 2019, Microsoft shared many details of the new Xbox console, codenamed Project Scarlett. Most of the features described in the console, which is quite ambitious with Microsoft came from bad news.
It was claimed that the new Xbox would consist of two different models. In addition to the main console named Project Scarlett, the future of the cloud-based Xbox, which uses the xCloud infrastructure and does not contain any disks, was specified.
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The new Xbox will be a single model!
Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s Xbox manager, has removed the question marks. Stating that an affordable Xbox using the cloud infrastructure was not considered, Spencer confirmed the future of a single model.
Microsoft’s second console plan has disappeared due to developer concerns and greater focus on xCloud. XCloud, which allows Xbox owners to continue various games on their phones, will become testable in October with a public beta release.
8K graphics, SSD storage and beam tracking support are among the highlights of Microsoft’s new console. Powered by a dedicated processor based on AMD’s Zen 2 and Radeon RDNA architecture, the console will be four times as powerful as the Xbox One X. In addition, the switch to GDDR6 RAM, Microsoft is focused on increasing the frame rate per second.