Both are meant to demonstrate why Microsoft is so proud of Project Scorpio's technical specs, which have been heavily vaunted despite consisting of a lot of technical jargon that has been lost on gamers.
Thankfully to even out the bad news Microsoft has been given something of a boost with the release of some exceptional looking 4K Project Scorpio images.
The ladybird shows how on Scorpio the textures are much more defined and crisp than on Xbox One, and there are additional details like hairs on its arms. However, the latest source confirmed that the 2017 Xbox One Scorpio will be released in December 2017.
The Xbox One Scorpio is definitely a highly anticipated console - well, it does boast 4K capabilities, so who wouldn't be excited for it? How will a non-patched game look on a 4K display running on Project Scorpio? These demos don't use game assets, but they are indicative of how developers can leverage the improved performance of Project Scorpio over and above what's offered by the Xbox One.
Project Scorpio is expected to arrive in shops in time for Christmas this year and take over from the Xbox One S as the company's flagship device. There's a dramatic difference between the two, and heavily incentivizes developers to push out 4K patches for their games. Otherwise, there's this truth that actually playing an exclusive game intended for a particular platform is much better than just admiring a graphically enhanced, but old game that won't exactly bring any new long-term experiences.
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Even though it's pretty easy to gauge the graphical enhancements that Project Scorpio will offer just by looking at the revealed hardware specifications, it can still be hard to imagine just how large the tangible graphical difference will be.
Despite Spencer's confident tone on Project Scorpio, he acknowledged that great games are what make a system.
We expect devs to do some unbelievable things with Microsoft's new 4K Xbox, and Microsoft will no-doubt showcase some impressive surprises at E3 2017.