Project Scorpio could let players stream and record gameplay in 4K


Project Scorpio could let players stream and record gameplay in 4K

It's a big year for Xbox. "As far as we can tell, it will be the most powerful console ever created when it launches - unless somebody has an announcement I don't know about", he said during the interview.

With the recently released PS4 Pro and the powerful Xbox Scorpio on the horizon, you may be keen to know what Slightly Mad Studios have up their sleeves for Project CARS 2 when it releases later this year.

The original Xbox, Xbox 360, 360 redesign, and Xbox One all had large external power bricks, a design feature Microsoft used to optimise airflow within the console.

Spencer also calls Project Scorpio a premium console and doesn't want people to think it will replace the Xbox One. With six teraflops of processing power, the ability to stream and capture gameplay in 4K at 60 frames per second, and an independent power supply, the Scorpio does indeed look good.

Luckily, we won't have to wait long for the full reveal of the Xbox Scorpio.

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If true, this would fall in line with public 4K streaming tests being conducted by Microsoft through its live-streaming Beam service, which was previously thought to be just for PC gaming. As it stands now, with smaller details like the internal PSU being discussed, it would seem that all the bigger ones have been ironed out - meaning Microsoft's new console could be making quite the splash at Microsoft's E3 presentation this summer.

According to Windows Central's sources, the console will be able to record and stream clips in 4K resolution at 60fps.

In the meantime, we'll have to sit and wait and hope that at E3 we'll get to see more proof of the claim.

That's a significant leap above the Xbox One's current streaming standard of 720p and 30fps.



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