Microsoft Corporation revealed its next-generation Xbox console, which is known as “Project Scarlett”, which is set to hit store racks during the 2020 holiday season. The device will be more robust than the Xbox One X console and be powered by an Advanced Micro Devices chip, the company claimed during its Xbox E3 conference in Los Angeles.
The latest console will present to 120 frames per second, or twice the average TV, and including a solid-state drive, allowing games to load much faster than on its older mechanical hard drives.
The console will present up to 120 frames per second, or twice the average TV, including a solid-state drive, according to Microsoft. It scopes the audience to load much faster than on its older mechanical drives.
The latest version of “Halo video game ” introduced by Microsoft will be introduced along with the new console.
Microsoft also declared 14 game titles from Xbox Game Studios, along with shooter video game “ Gears 5”.
Rival Sony Corp has also revealed plans of its next-generation PlayStation 5 console, along with similar specifications such as potential AMD chip, but no official release date has been declared. As per the expectation in 2020 the device can be released.
According to the information from Microsoft its game-streaming “Project xCloud” would go for preview in October. Rival Alphabet Inc’s Google began receiving pre-orders for its Stadia game streaming service which will be introduced in November.
The latest feature will provide scope to surge games directly from their own Xbox consoles, instead of the servers of Microsoft, according to the company.
Executive Vice President of Microsoft, Phil Spencer said, “ two months ago we connected all Xbox developers to Project xCloud”. He also added, “ Now, the console streaming service will “turn your Xbox One into your own personal and free xCloud server.”
Spencer claimed, “ 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”.
The company declared that it was experimenting a new game streaming service designed to work across PCs consoles and mobile devices.
In May, in a blog post-Microsoft claimed, “ that means an existing library of more than 3,500 games will work on the service without any changes or modifications required by the developer”.