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Xbox Project Scorpio Release Date, News, Price: The Most Powerful Console For $800 Is Just A Year Away [VIDEO]

Xbox Project Scorpio is speculated to be launched in roughly about a year from now, and game enthusiasts are extremely excited about the gaming system for a couple of reasons. One thing to take note of is that Microsoft's latest console is way more powerful compared to the PlayStation 4 Pro.

This is proven by the Xbox Project Scorpio's true 4K capability and some more. A developer said that Xbox Scorpio will dominate the gaming world with its performance, 4K at 60fps, that will give it an edge over the PS4. Wherein, the Xbox Scorpio is predicted to cost $800.

In spite of that, though tech fans are optimistic about the future of these gaming systems, it's still a bit worrying that these tech fans are basically held back by the older iterations and the price. 4K at 60fps is great for a console, nevertheless, gamers should hope there's a bit more to it than that, MobiPicker reported.

In a recent interview with Xbox boss Phil Spencer, Spencer made it known that the Xbox Project Scorpio will be a premium console and it will cost more than the Xbox One S. Spencer also stated that although they haven't announced the price points for Xbox Project Scorpio, but the high price of the console meets the demands of the higher end customer.

In terms of gaming, Xbox Project Scorpio is said to be five times more powerful compared to the current Xbox One version. The ability of Scorpio of rendering visual details at 60 Hz will lead to a smoother gaming experience, and it is expected to reduce lags when played on TV screens.

Since Virtual Reality has been the latest trend in the gaming industry, Xbox Scorpio might just come along with a VR headset. Microsoft's Project Scorpio gaming system will be up for grabs in the holiday season of 2017, according to Trusted Reviews.

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