Microsoft has revealed its plans with the Scorpio console. It will be the most powerful console

Microsoft has been providing information to the public about the new Xbox TV console for a long time. According to all the available reports, it will be the most efficient machine in its class. Microsoft’s courageous words also confirm newly released information and parameters about the new Xbox Scorpio console.

Great plans with a new game console
In the middle of last year, Microsoft introduced a new game console, codenamed Scorpio. However, since the publication, there was no silence along the trail and detailed information available to the public.

Now everything has changed. Although the software giant did not show the design of the new console, he introduced all the technical parameters. It is obvious, therefore, that the novelty will indeed be very strong.

Under the hood, the gaming console will have an eight-chip chip that can handle at 2.3 GHz. Graphics consists of 4 specially modified 1172 MHz computing units. Total Scorpio will deliver six teraflops and is one of the most powerful consoles of the current generation.

What are the benefits of high performance?
High performance enables full-featured gaming at 4K resolution, more detail and a finer picture. It should be noted that there is not a number of powerful gaming machines available for the fully featured 4K game.

In addition to the technical parameters, no further information has been revealed. It is still a mystery about what the novelty looks like. We will have to wait for this information on Friday.

Competition is lagging behind that
Sony, competing with the new PS 4 Pro, plans to play at a high 4K resolution. However, it turned out that the console would convert games from lower to higher. The resulting image will be better, but the image does not match the quality of a full-fledged 4k standard. Additionally, in true 4K resolution, the Pro works only for a few games and various movies or videos. So it’s a question of how a competing company responds to Microsoft’s news.