Project Scarlett Console Review
The Next-Gen Xbox Project Scarlett console is officially Microsoft’s newest, slated for the holiday season of 2020. Announced during E3 2019, it will be accompanied by the release of “Halo: Infinite”. This will be the most advanced, far outpacing the others that came before.
Xbox Project Scarlett Specifications
Project Scarlett sports new custom hardware from Advanced Micro Devices, or AMD. That comes with an 8 core, Zen 2 processor also made by AMD. This new graphics core may completely eliminate loading screens altogether. That new processor dishes out four times the power of the Xbox One X. It will have four times better performance than the current console generation in terms of load times, and it will be the biggest technological leap in Microsoft’s console history.
Project Scarlett is promised to deliver 8K and 4K resolution at 120 Hertz. It’s GDDR6 RAM, newly developed in 2018, will provide up to 18 gigabytes per second. It will be backward compatible with all games from the previous generations of Xbox consoles. Microsoft doesn’t yet have anything to say about VR compatibility right now. Xbox Project Scarlett promises to be the most powerful gaming console in the world by the time it launches late in 2020.
Project Scarlett Console Reveal Trailer