With the reveal of official specs for Xbox One Scorpio, gamers are excited to know more about the upcoming console. However, Microsoft will not reveal much of it until this year’s E3, but the developers are already praising the console’s high specs capable of running games at 4K resolution.
According to Stardock CEO, Brad Wardell, the 12 GB memory for Xbox One Scorpio means that there will be no limitations on the games released for the console. Which also makes sense given that current gen consoles use way less video memory compared to Scorpio. In another tweet, he added that it will take a couple of years for AAA games to take full advantage of the Xbox One Scorpio hardware.
And it'll take a couple years to make a AAA level core-neutral game to fully utilize the power like Scorpio and APIs like dx12/Vulkan.
— Brad Wardell (@draginol) April 23, 2017
Price for the Xbox One Scorpio is the main thing that everyone wants to know about and according to industry analysts, the price for Xbox Scorpio is the main factor that will determine if the console will be a failure or success. According to Michael Goodman, director of digital media strategies at Strategy Analytics, the only thing that would kick Xbox Scorpio out of the market will be its price, and Microsoft has quite some time before they announce it.
Xbox One Scorpio will release this holiday season and will be the most powerful console when it launches with 6 TFLOPs of computational power to run games at native 4K resolution.