May 26, 2017 09:29 AM EDT
Microsoft has been flexing their muscles in various ways in gearing up for their next gaming system, Xbox Project Scorpio. The tech giant is also confident that "Destiny 2" and the first-person shooter video game "Call of Duty" will look better on the Xbox Project Scorpio.
Phil Spencer talked with excessive pride about the Xbox Project Scorpio on Twitter. The Xbox boss typically boasted while answering some random fans question as well as slamming some critics fans, Game Zone reported.
While the Xbox head was asked if the "Destiny 2" and the first-person shooter video game "Call of Duty" would look better on the Xbox Project Scorpio, Spencer boldly stated that Microsoft's upcoming gaming system will be the very best console version of games in 2017. The Redmond, Washington based tech titan is doing everything to reassure game enthusiasts that the Xbox Project Scorpio will be the best gaming system available when it launches.
The Xbox Project Scorpio will be available with a native 4K support for select video games, while the existing spec sheet of the console revealed the hardware upgrade of the device which will benefit all existing titles. The Xbox Project Scorpio will arrive with a 30% faster CPU compared to the original Xbox One, and its GPU is 4.6 times more powerful compared to its predecessor, Express reported.
Microsoft's Xbox Project Scorpio is expected to have a 12GB of GDDR5 RAM, which will make the device a true powerhouse console. The Xbox Project Scorpio will also run at a clock speed of 6.84GHz, along with a memory bandwidth of 326GB per second.
Although the official release date of the Xbox Project Scorpio has yet to be confirmed, the console is expected to play a prominent role at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017 next month. Presumably, game enthusiasts will learn more about the console's official name, features and price during the event.
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