Microsoft announces its Next-Gen Project Scarlett Xbox Console at E3 2019


Microsoft announces its next-generation Xbox Console known as “Project Scarlett” at E3 2019 in Los Angeles. This new Xbox Console is set to be released during the 2020 holiday season. According to Microsoft, this Xbox Scarlett will be four times more powerful than the Xbox One X consoles and will be powered by Advanced Micro Device chips.

This console will show up to 120 frames per second and include a solid-state drive, Microsoft said. This will allow games to load much faster than on its older mechanical hard drives which leads to deliver a smooth gaming experience.

Along with this console, Microsoft also announced to launch Microsoft’s popular “Halo” videogame. The company also announced to launch 14 new titles from Xbox Game Studios, including shooter video game “Gears 5.”

Apart from this, Microsoft also said that its game-streaming service “Project xCloud” would go into preview in October. The company also unveiled a new feature of this system which will allow users to stream games directly from their own Xbox consoles, instead of Microsoft’s servers.

“Two months ago we connected all Xbox developers to Project xCloud,” Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s executive vice president for gaming, said. “Now, the console streaming service will “turn your Xbox One into your own personal and free xCloud server.”

“Whether you’re using a console in our data center or your console at home, this October you’ll be able to use our hybrid gaming cloud to play your games wherever you go. Where you play is now entirely your choice,” Spencer said.

Microsoft has revealed that the service uses hardware similar to that in its existing Xbox One gaming consoles. This will allow you to access an existing library of more than 3,500 games on the same server.

Along with Microsoft, Sony Corp has also opened up their plans of its next-generation PlayStation 5 console, with similar specifications including an AMD chip. However, there is no official release date has been announced, but we may expect to have it in the last 2020.

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