Tag: Project Scorpio


Watch The Xbox E3 2017 Briefing Right Here

Gaming 26 Jun 11, 2017 by Kyle Patrick

Microsoft is gearing up for its big pre-E3 press conference, and you’ll be able to watch it live from here. The event kicks off at 1400 local time in Los… Read More »

Game Developers Now Have Access to 9GB of Memory on Project Scorpio

Hardware 8 Jun 9, 2017 by Michael Leary

With only a few days remaining until E3, Microsoft has revealed Project Scorpio will offer additional memory to game developers. Xbox chief Mike Ybarra took to Twitter, announcing that developers can access an… Read More »

Project Scorpio Will Minimize Display Stuttering and Tearing With AMD FreeSync

Gaming 45 Apr 19, 2017 by Michael Leary

Eurogamer reveals Project Scorpio will support AMD FreeSync and next generation HDMI, ensuring 4K gaming isn’t compromised.

Here's Your First Look at the Xbox Development Kit for Project Scorpio

Gaming 45 Apr 16, 2017 by Michael Leary

Microsoft partners with Gamasutra for an in-depth look at how developers are taking advantage of Project Scorpio development kits.

Forza Motorsport Played a Role in Shaping the Hardware of Project Scorpio

Gaming 42 Apr 14, 2017 by Michael Leary

Turn 10 reveals how Forza Motorsport helped shape the hardware powering the next Xbox.

Project Scorpio Will Use Supersampling as a "Boost Mode" for Xbox One Games

Gaming 45 Apr 7, 2017 by Michael Leary

Windows Central continues the hot topic of Microsoft’s upcoming machine, discussing the benefits of Scorpio for those with and without the intended 4K display.

Project Scorpio Forza 6 Tech Demo Runs at 4K/60FPS With Power To Spare

The ForzaTech demo certainly impresses on paper. Is it a sign of things to come?

Project Scorpio Final Specs Revealed: Six Teraflops Offer Native 4K Gaming

Gaming 45 Apr 6, 2017 by Kyle Patrick

Native 4K. Lots of power. Vapor cooling?! The sheet has been pulled back on Scorpio’s final specs.

Project Scorpio Will Be Revealed This Thursday

Gaming 45 Apr 4, 2017 by Michael Leary

Eurogamer confirms that Microsoft’s upcoming Project Scorpio console will be revealed this Thursday, care of Digital Foundry.

Forza Motorsport 7 Tipped To Reveal This Week, Running in 4K on Project Scorpio

Windows Central is back with more information on Microsoft’s upcoming system, confirming that Forza Motorsport will have a hand in showing what the console is capable of.

Project CARS 2 Will Utilize PS4 Pro and Project Scorpio

The new title will harness the power of the beefed-up consoles from Sony and Microsoft.

Project Scorpio Will Have an Internal PSU and 4K/60 FPS Game Recording

Gaming 19 Mar 14, 2017 by Michael Leary

Windows Central confirms some interesting news about Project Scorpio, continuing its 4K theme and revealing a long overdue design change.

Leak Re-Confirms Project Scorpio Will Be 4.5x More Powerful Than Xbox One

Gaming 22 Jan 25, 2017 by Michael Leary

A Microsoft document leaked to Eurogamer reveals new details on the upcoming Project Scorpio.

Xbox Reviews Milestones in 2016, Teases the Year Ahead

Gaming 10 Jan 9, 2017 by Michael Leary

The Xbox team looks back on the previous year’s milestones, and begins teasing what the new year holds for the brand.

Microsoft Reveals Minimum PC Requirements for Windows 10 VR Headsets, Prices Start at $299

Hardware 9 Dec 2, 2016 by Michael Leary

Microsoft reveals the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 10 VR, and they’re surprisingly attractive.

Project Scorpio Designed as a 4K Console; May Not Make the Resolution Mandatory

Gaming 41 Jun 18, 2016 by Michael Leary

Phil Spencer reveals that while anyone can benefit from the upcoming console, Project Scorpio was designed with 4K in mind.

Microsoft Confirms Project Scorpio: 4K and VR-Capable, Releases Holiday 2017

Gaming 14 Jun 13, 2016 by Michael Leary

Microsoft teases the next major addition to the Xbox family capable of 4K gaming, Project Scorpio.

New Xbox Rumors: Codenamed Project Scorpio, 4x More Powerful?

Gaming 29 Jun 1, 2016 by Michael Leary

The rumor mill continues with reports of a more compact Xbox One model lined up for this year’s E3, and a more powerful NEO challenger expected sometime in 2017.