Microsoft Announces Next-Generation Xbox Console At E3 2019




Project Scarlett: Microsoft on Sunday gave the world the first glimpse of a powerful next-generation Xbox gaming console that it aims to release late next year.

Project Scarlett
Xbox Project Scarlett details at E3 2019: Disc drive confirmed, plus 8K graphics

For the time being, the project is codenamed “Scarlett,” and it has a release window of Holiday 2020. Yesterday, the company revealed that Project Scarlett would be powerful, the console will be 4x more powerful than the Xbox One X, Microsoft claimed. A device that would be capable of 8K resolution and 120 frames per second gameplay. Project Scarlett will indeed have one and support physical media. The confirmation comes on two fronts: interviewed Xbox boss Phil Spencer, and Eurogamer got the same word from Matt Booty, the head of Microsoft Game Studios.

“A console should be built and optimized for one thing, and one thing only: games,” said Phil Spencer, executive VP of gaming at Microsoft, at the event Sunday.

Watch Xbox teaser video, and this time screens will load more faster for gamers, said by Xbox staff.

“Thousands of games across four console generations will look and play best on Project Scarlett,” Microsoft said. Still, Microsoft not revealed the pricing plans for the new console. More details came from the gala event E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) video game industry conference.

Microsoft announcement with 60 new games for Xbox said, Spencer, during a media event. Sony also working on their latest project for new generation PlayStation 4 console, Both Xbox and Sony will be going to compete in the console gaming arena.

Xbox always improves their gaming life consoles every few years The previous emphasis of the Xbox — the Xbox One — launched in 2013.

Microsoft declared a new Xbox gaming controller has Bluetooth and a rechargeable battery life “up to 40 hours,” and it’s named “Halo Infinite” announced on Sunday event. It price $179.99 and pre-orders are available online.

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“We will bring Xbox to the cloud with Project and console streaming,” Spencer said. “Where you play is entirely your choice, you decide.” The new service will be launched later this year 2019, according to Microsoft.

Even Google is trying to catch the market up with a new Stadia, which provides people to play cloud service- powered games on any connected device.

However, Google might face some difficulties due to the massive video game business, More than $135 billion generated last year globally and In the United States $43.4.

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