Sony and Microsoft have changed the console industry, perhaps irreversibly. The PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio represent a fascinating shift in hardware strategy for the companies.
Project Scorpio, Microsoft’s “enhanced” Xbox One, is a beast of a console that plays 4K games natively, and we now know exactly what’s under the hood.
One of the Xbox One’s most anticipated — and few — exclusives could finally be unveiled in the coming days.
Gamers might finally get the Project Scorpio information they’ve been waiting for ahead of the console’s launch in late 2017.
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Heading into the eighth console generation, no one could have predicted the lopsided battlefield that we’ve seen with the PS4 and Xbox One.
Microsoft is facing a tough and seemingly impossible uphill battle to claim top spot in the gaming stakes from Sony and PlayStation. However, its upcoming Scorpio console could very well propel it well beyond what it’s achieved with the Xbox One thus far.
What’s on the horizon for Xbox One? Xbox boss seems confident of a strong 2017.
Microsoft will join in the 4K bandwagon with the Xbox Scorpio in 2017, and it promises to be the first true leap towards native 4K quality.
Macquarie Group analyst Damian Thong, who recently predicted both the PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim, says Sony will release the PS4’s predecessor in 2018. That would put the console cycle for PlayStation at five years, which isn’t short, but isn’t particularly long, either, especially when compared to the seven-year different between the PS3 and PS4.
What can we expect from the PlayStation Meeting tomorrow? Here’s what we hope to see.