Published: Mon, June 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Microsoft Teases Xbox Scarlet Reveal in Hidden Codes - E3 2019

Microsoft Teases Xbox Scarlet Reveal in Hidden Codes - E3 2019

No pictures of the system were shown, nor was a price announced.

Double Fine Productions debuted the first gameplay trailer for Psychonauts 2 during the Microsoft E3 2019 press conference. Microsoft states this console will be four times more powerful than the Xbox One X. We don't expect a full reveal until 2020, but now that Sony has let the cat out of the bag when it comes to the next PlayStation console, it would be surprising if Microsoft didn't follow suit on stage today. The app also lets you download and install games, though that's now done via the Microsoft Store in Windows 10. They explain that they're using it as a kind of virtual RAM buffer, implying that games won't be installed to the SSD itself, but rather held there temporarily and still live on spinning drives.

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Promising a 40x performance increase over previous generations, Xbox Project Scarlett manages 120 frames per second (for context, 60FPS is the max you'll get on console right now), 8K resolution, a variable refresh rate, and "next-gen" ray tracing for drop-dead gorgeous lighting effects. Xbox Scarlet is set to launch next year during the Holidays. Last year, the event kicked off with Halo Infinite, so hopefully this year we're treated to a little bit more than an in-engine teaser. We do know that Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Gears 5 are coming soon. We'll have more details for you when they're available, so stay tuned for those! Not just any Xbox games, but your games with your saves loaded on your your Xbox.

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