ByJulio Ventura 2019-06-10 304
Microsoft says Project Scarlett will set a new benchmark in host performance, speed, and performance. With the latest Zen 2 and RNDA architectures from its partner AMD, Project Scarlett will bring a new level of immersive experience.
Project Scarlett uses high-bandwidth GDDR6 memory and sub-generation SSDS (SSDs) to support hardware-accelerated ray tracing, variable refresh rates, up to 8K resolution/120FPS, and further reduced input latency.
Through Project Scarlett, Microsoft will continue to fulfill its commitment to backward compatibility, ensuring that players ' game accessories and Xbox Careers also move forward with the host, along with thousands of games spanning four host generations.
Project Scarlett will launch in sync with Halo: Infinity on Christmas Day 2020. Microsoft did not show the true face of the next generation of consoles, and the launch felt similar to the company's Scorpio program, which eventually turned into Xbox one X, and we may see more about Project Scarlett on E3 next year.
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