This is why everyone is talking about Microsoft’s next generation Xbox – 8K graphics

Microsoft’s next generation Xbox has 8K graphics, with ray-tracing for 2020. This new innovation for the gaming environment is what world pro gamers are talking about.

Microsoft’s next generation Xbox

Microsoft’s next generation Xbox

Microsoft is about to unveil the truth about its very first next generation Xbox hardware. In fact, a trustable source from inside Microsoft told our analyst that there will be two new Xbox consoles in 2020. One of these Xbox consoles will have the “almost same” performance and design of the current Xbox One X.

In the other hand, the second Xbox console 2020 model will be called Xbox One S. Microsoft is developing a more powerful  CPU based on AMD’s Zen 2 and Radeon RDNA technologies. As an objective, the company wants to launch a gaming console that is 4X more powerful than the Xbox One X.

Besides that, “Microsoft is also using fast GDDR6 RAM” meaning that the resolution and framerates will be something you have never seen before. The nex Xbox 2020 consoles a.k.a Project Scarlett is a full 8K gaming console.

Microsoft’s next generation Xbox

With such technology, the framerates ca go up to 120fps in games, ray-tracing, and variable refresh rate support. According to an Xbox spokesperson: “We’ve created a new generation of SSDs. We’re using the SSD as virtual RAM,”. In this case, Microsoft’s next generation Xbox can boost gaming performance by 40x/than the current generation.

However, Sony also announced that its 2020 Play Station 5 will support up to 8K graphics. It is also going to include the 3D audio, SSD storage, and backward compatibility with existing PlayStation 4 titles.

Microsoft’s next generation Xbox – Innovation

There are certain premium games that you will get for free when you buy the Xbox 2020. One of them is “Halo Infinite”. In conclusion, we believe that Microsoft’s next generation Xbox is going to offer a gaming experience that no one has ever seen.

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