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Xbox Scorpio will Never Beat PS4 Pro for One Reason [VIDEO]


Xbox Scorpio will debut next month and fans can hardly wait for the unveiling at E3. Microsoft's new console will reportedly sport impressive features and promise sharper texture and faster loading times. Aside from the punchy hardware, the console is expected to take on PS4 Pro.

Sony PS4 Pro has become the talk in town, again, ever since Microsoft announced project Scorpio. The Xbox Scorpio is reportedly a complex model that will distinct it from any other similar console in the market today. It is clear that Sony wants it to be a blockbuster.

However, judging from the previous patterns from Sony; the Xbox Scorpio will unlikely to have a big exclusive collection in the library. Reputable media outlets have speculated that once the console is released, there will not be any Xbox Scorpio-only titles. This leaves the PS4 Pro in the air, with its dominance of having exclusive titles, playable on the powerful console. It is something that already distinguishes the two, Forbes reported.

On paper, Xbox Scorpio is reportedly 30 percent faster than Xbox One. The console also lets 4K contents run at high speed. The PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio both offer GDDR5 memory but the latter gets a 12 gigs - making it a monstrous console for Ultra HD quality. However, how much memory is shared between the CPU and GPU is still anyone guess at the moment. And the list of specs comparison cannot really tell how powerful the upcoming console is.

Reports have learned that Xbox Scorpio will be offered at a cheaper price than the PS4 Pro. That should be a selling point for this device when PS4 Pro already steals the show in a few other areas. And the launch could also boost Xbox One sale, as Microsoft could be cutting the price of its older console, Express reported.


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