Xbox One Scorpio Officially Revealed, 6 Teraflops and 4K Gaming Confirmed
After all the leaks and rumor, I doubt there is anyone that didn’t see this coming. Towards the end of Microsoft’s press conference at E3, Phil Spencer officially introduced the new Xbox One code named “Scorpio.”
Not much specific information was provided, besides mentioning that it’ll bring 6 teraFLOPS of computing power with a 8-core CPU and over 320 Gb/s of memory bandwidth. It will deliver “true 4K gaming and high fidelity VR.”
In the video presentation, developers also mentioned 60 FPS and “fully uncompressed pixels,” which would be the “highest quality pixels than anybody has seen.”
All accessories and games will also be compatible with previous models of the Xbox One. It will release in the holiday window of 2017 for an undisclosed price.
Below you can see the video of the presentation.