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Xbox One X Already Sold Out On Amazon US And Amazon UK

So, the Xbox One X might not have seen the best reception, but that doesn’t mean that people aren’t hyped about it. Here’s a little factoid; the upcoming console is already sold out on Amazon, both in the US and the UK. Here’s a screenshot from the Amazon UK website: Here are a couple more, this time from Amazon US, where BOTH the Xbox One X and the Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition are sold out. It looks like Microsoft’s beast is getting a good start. The only question that remains to be asked is, does Microsoft have enough games up their sleeves to keep the gamers interested? That’s where things went downhill with the Xbox One, after all. We’ll have to wait and find out. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discuss...

Project Scorpio Officially Revealed As Xbox One X, Release Date And Price Announced

Games play better on Xbox One X. The world’s most powerful console begins rolling out to all Xbox One markets starting on Nov. 7 at a price of $499. With 40 percent more power than any other console, experience immersive true 4K gaming when paired with a 4K display, such as Samsung’s flagship QLED TV. Xbox One X makes your existing library even better, with better textures, smoother frame rates and faster load times, even on a 1080p TV. Xbox One X also offers the ultimate 4K entertainment package with 4K Ultra HD for Blu-ray X and streamed content, HDR support for gaming and video, and Dolby Atmos support. Xbox One X will join the Xbox One family of devices and coexist alongside Xbox One and Xbox One S, and all Xbox One games and accessories are compatible. Power • 6 Teraflop GPU clocked a...

Microsoft Showcases Project Scorpio Dev Kit

Microsoft has released more information about Project Scorpio and has showcased the Dev Kit in a latest video.  Larry Hryb, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson talks to Kevin Gammill from the Xbox engineering team about the Project Scorpio Xbox Development Kit, and what it means for game creators. It has a lot of interesting information and gives an insight into how Dev Kits are useful and affect a game’s development cycle. Here’s a little breakdown of the inside of Project Scorpio. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Project Scorpio To Be Revealed This Week?

Jez Corden, A senior editor at Xbox, said that they will be revealing Project Scorpio soon. Maybe at the end of this week or start of next. Dates have not been mentioned yet but any lead we have for now is off their Twitter account, which read out the follows. It’s true that Project Scorpio is going to be shown off very soon. — Jez? (@JezCorden) April 1, 2017   next week soon — Jez? (@JezCorden) April 1, 2017   Not April Fools btw, I don’t even know what day of the week it is. — Jez? (@JezCorden) April 1, 2017   It wouldn’t be surprising to see a quick reveal before E3 2017 to get the conversation started. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Play Anywhere: Xbox To Join Forces With PC?

Microsoft boldly announced the Project Scorpio during its E3 conference this year and has the gaming community on their feet to see how this beast of a console will turn out. Confirmed for release in the fall, it will operate at about six teraflops with 8 cores, memory bandwidth of over 320 Gbps and a speculated 12GB of GDDR5 memory. As a result, it is expected to be capable enough to play both 4K-native games and VR titles. Moreover, it will be backwards compatible, meaning you don’t have worry about your old library once you make the switch. But there seems to be a bigger, more ambitious approach at work. In an interview with The Verge, Phil Spencer, the Head of the Xbox division at Microsoft said, “One of the most significant initiatives doesn’t revolve around a single conso...

Microsoft @ E3 2016: Honesty Not Always The Best Policy?

Most of us can agree that Sony emerged a clear victor at the E3 2016 conference, thanks to their spectacular showcase and amazing titles. Microsoft also had quite a few tricks up their sleeves, but they fell short. BUT. And it’s a big ‘BUT’ (no pun intended). Announcing Project Scorpio along with Xbox One S may not seem like a great idea, BUT they laid all their cards on the table. For someone who does not yet own a console and wants to get into gaming right now, the Xbox One S is not that bad a bet. It provides you the power of Xbox One in a 40% smaller form factor, and it also comes with inbuilt power supply. While the Project Scorpio may turn out to be the most powerful console yet, One S bridges the gap between the past and the future. With 4K support for Blu-ray video, and HDR gaming,...

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