Microsoft confident that Project Scorpio can deliver True 4K gaming

Microsoft logoWith Project Scorpio, Microsoft plans on delivering 4K gaming to gamers. Given that the standard resolution these days seems to be shifting from Full HD to 4K, we guess it was only a matter of time before gamers started demanding more 4K content. While 4K gaming isnt exactly new for PC gamers, its sort of uncharted territory for consoles.

However Microsoft seems to be pretty sure of themselves about delivering what they are calling true 4K gaming to consoles. Speaking to DualShockers, Xbox marketing head Aaron Greenberg said, We were really thoughtful about the specs we used to design Project Scorpio, and the focus was on how can we deliver true 4K gaming in the console space.

Microsoft confident that Project Scorpio can deliver True 4K gaming

He adds, Were confident that well be able to deliver true 4K gaming with that, and that performance power is gonna bring great games to our fans in the console market. In fact resolution and framerates is something of a contention when it comes to the Xbox platform, especially when compared against the PS4 where the latter more often than not seems to be able to get games running at 1080p @ 60fps, while the Xbox One has had to either drop it to 900p or have some kind of adaptive resolution to ensure smooth gameplay.

In any case we guess we have no choice but to wait and see what Microsofts Project Scorpio can truly bring to the table, but unfortunately well have to wait a bit as Project Scorpio is only planned for a release in 2017.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: game consoles, Microsoft, Xbox One

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