Sunday, 17 May 2020

NEW XBOX IS CODENAMED SCARLETT AND WILL BE RELEASED IN LATE 2020 BUNDLED WITH HALO: INFINITE


POWERED WITH THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY FROM AMD AND EQUIPPED WITH SSD

The next-generation Xbox will launch in late 2020, and Halo: Infinite is included. The new console Microsoft unveiled at its E3 presentation is going to continue as Project Scarlett for the time being.
According to Microsoft, the new Xbox is a big leap forward when it comes to technical capabilities. Project Scarlett supports 120 frames per second, 8K images, real-time ray tracing and Variable Refresh Rate. With the latest technology, images also remain smooth at lower frame rates.

According to Phil Spencer, Project Scarlett is completely designed for games. This refers to the response to the announcement of the Xbox One, which at the time was presented more as a set-top box with the ability to play games.

For the necessary computing power, the console uses a processor based on AMD's upcoming Zen 2 architecture and a video card based on the Navi chip from the same manufacturer. Thanks to a built-in SSD, games should load faster than ever before. These specifications are comparable to those of the not yet officially announced Playstation 5. During an interview in April, chief designer Mark Cerny mentioned the same options.

In addition to the usual games that you install as usual, Microsoft is also fully committed to the previously announced streaming service xCloud. Starting in October, it will be possible to play Xbox One games on smartphones and other devices with limited computing power.
HALO: INFINITE AS A LAUNCH TITLE
In addition to information about the new console, Microsoft has released new images of Halo: Infinite. The game continues the Halo 5 storyline and is being developed by 343 Industries. The shooter appears simultaneously for Project Scarlett, PC and Xbox One.

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