Industry Insider On Xbox Scorpio: ‘Hardware Sounds Damn Impressive’

Colour us intrigued.

Posted By | On 02nd, Apr. 2017 Under News, Rumors | Follow This Author @Shubhankar2508

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We recently reported on a number of comments by industry insiders who revealed some information regarding the Xbox One Scorpio. Apparently, a great number of details on Microsoft’s upcoming system upgrade will be released soon, and plenty of them actually sound pretty impressive.

And now it seems like trusted industry insider shinobi602 agrees with that assertion. He recently took to Twitter, and commented that specs for the system look quite impressive. “Scorpion things next week,” he said. “Hardware sounds damn impressive.”

That it does indeed. In our recent report (you can read it through the link above), we talked about the system’s specs. It will apparently stick to 6 TFLOPS GPU, 320GB/s of memory bandwidth and 8 cores CPU, and also have Bluetooth support. However, it looks like the system won’t have a Kinect port like the Xbox One S.

There’s apparently a lot of new info coming in on the Xbox One Scorpio, so stay tuned to GamingBolt to keep yourself updated.

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  • Eddie Battikha

    But perhaps the biggest takeaway I had from the meeting with Mark Cerny was the insight into how Sony views the console generations. PS4 Pro and Project Scorpio have been seen as the beginning of the end of the jump to a new, more capable wave of hardware in favour of intermediate upgrades. What’s clear is that Sony isn’t buying into this. Cerny cites incompatibility problems, even moving between x86 CPU and AMD GPU architectures. I came away with the impression that PS5 will be a clean break, an actual generational leap as we know it. I do not feel the same about Project Scorpio, where all the indications are that Microsoft attempts to build its own Steam-like library around the Xbox brand, with games moving with you from one console to the next – and eventually, maybe even to the PC.

    • berj79

      yeah true, i rather play my old games even after 10 years with better visuals & sound on new console hardware, guess you would prefer to buy a remaster version of the game you already OWN on your ps5/ps6?

    • Eddie Battikha

      Last April AMD said they’re working on 3 Semi Custom Wins, 2 of them were obviously PS4 Pro and Scorpio, everyone thought the 3rd was for NX, but Nvidia took care of that. The 3rd is PS4 Ultra or watever they’re gonna call it. Tier 4 it is,

  • Mr Xrat



    Times are tough when insiders are feigning enthusiasm.


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