Xbox Scarlett Will Have 8K Support, 120 FPS, Backward Compatibility And More

Xbox Scarlett Will Have 8K Support, 120 FPS, Backward Compatibility And More

At a press conference at E3 2019 in LA on Sunday, Microsoft announced the first details of a next-generation Xbox, the follow-up to its Xbox One console. I am so in. Microsoft announced a holiday 2020 release window for Project Scarlett today, confirming that Halo Infinite will be one of the console's launch titles. "We definitely want to continue being a best in class Publishing partner for external studios in the future, but our main focus right now is to secure the continued operations of the internal games development and self-publishing units", said Mikael Nermark, acting Starbreeze CEO. This standalone subscription will cost $4.99/month, which is half cheaper than the regular Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One. For the Xbox 360, we aren't quite sure.

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On top of this, the new console will support up to 120 FPS, 8K resolution gaming and backwards compatibility. Paired with high bandwidth GDDR6 memory, and a next generation solid state drive (SSD), Project Scarlett will provide developers the power they require to bring their creative visions to life. It then proceeded to share two more with the codes G 36 and B 0 in the same fashion. We expect Microsoft to officially launch Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Game Pass for PC later today during the Xbox press briefing, and you'll be able to watch it all on mixer.com/xbox at 1PM PT. Stay tuned to OnMSFT as we'll be covering the event live. The company has been removing a bunch of social features from the current Xbox app as it's introducing a new Xbox app that will be the hub for things like Xbox Game Pass and the store.

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