With the Xbox Scorpio appearing during the Christmas business, the games should look better when using a conventional 1080p TV, provided that the games offer 4K support. It also says that the console will bring a built-in 4K Blu-ray player.
The editors of Windows Central want to have a few more information on the end of the year’s upcoming Xbox Scorpio experience. Among other things, the “trustworthy sources” of the editorial team let the new Microsoft console bring a 4K Blu-ray player with it. In addition, the Scorpio will support API Shader Model 6 (SM6) and Shader Compiler optimizations.
Later, Windows Central reported that the Xbox Scorpio will use super-sampling technology to ensure that 4K games are displayed on a conventional 1080p screen with better graphics. The same applies to games, which were later equipped with 4K updates. For example, an optimized edge smoothing and better shadows should be visible.
On the Xbox Scorpio but also conventional Xbox One games without updating better run. This applies, for example, to games that have a dynamic resolution. Thanks to the added power of the new Microsoft console, the Xbox One games are likely to reach the target resolution more often. Patches or updates are not necessary for this. The Framerates are also more stable in these games.
When and at what price the Xbox Scorpio will come into the market, Microsoft has not betrayed so far. The announcement could take place on the Sunday before E3 2017. How long the console after the launch will remain the most powerful model on the market is also in the stars. Just yesterday, the rumor made the round, which Sony could follow the PlayStation 5 next year with 10 teraflops.