Xbox Project Scorpio News: Microsoft's Most Powerful Gaming System To Have High Fidelity VR And Native 4K Resolution, Phil Spencer Says

29 January 2017, 8:17 am EST By Pia Merci Mobile & Apps
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The Xbox team is not going to throw out Xbox Project Scorpio's VR, according to reports. More importantly, Xbox boss Phil Spencer ratifies that the gaming system will apparently have the capability of running some, if not all, video games in native 4K resolution and added that he is confident about the upcoming gaming console.

As claimed by a Microsoft representative, As the Xbox Project Scorpio rolls out later this year, it will allegedly be the most powerful gaming system ever built. The upcoming gaming console will be apparently built with a 6 teraflop GPU, enabling it to provide a true 4K gaming, greater graphic precision and a high-fidelity VR experiences. However, according to Daily Star, Microsoft apparently has nothing else to share regarding the Xbox Project Scorpio as of the moment.

There is still no word from the Redmond, Washington-based tech giant on why the Xbox Project Scorpio page has gotten rid of the High-fidelity VR. However, the Microsoft rep's statement seems to convey that the upcoming gaming console is not planning on ditching the high-fidelity VR feature anytime soon.

Nonetheless, it is still somehow ambiguous whether the Xbox Project Scorpio VR features will be available during the gaming system's launch. Despite that, the statement does assert that the gaming console will be able to provide high-fidelity VR as soon as it rolls out in the market.

Meanwhile, there has been a slew of rumors in terms of leaks around the Xbox Project Scorpio but Microsoft's Xbox chief Spencer clarified all of this by clearing up any confusion that currently surrounds the gaming console's resolution capabilities. According to Tech Radar, a game enthusiast asked via Twitter if the said Xbox Project Scorpio would be capable of running games at a native 4K resolution.

The Xbox chief merely replied with a simple Yes. Moreover, the Xbox team solely concentrates at the moment in just making the Xbox Project Scorpio's games great, as per the Xbox head follow-up tweet.

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