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Sources: Smaller Xbox One Coming This Year, More Powerful Xbox One In 2017 [UPDATE]

Sources: Smaller Xbox One Coming This Year, More Powerful Xbox One In 2017 [UPDATE] Later this year we’ll see a cheaper, smaller Xbox One, and next year Microsoft will release a more powerful version of their premiere console.As for 2016, sources have told us there’s at least a more compact version coming by year’s end.

More evidence emerges for rumored 'updated' Xbox One versions coming at E3

More evidence emerges for rumored 'updated' Xbox One versions coming at E3 Earlier we reported on rumors put forward about a new Xbox One hardware announcement at this years June’s E3 convention.The Kotaku report also includes rumors regarding the next major step in Xbox hardware and the Xbox One console.

The AMD-powered Xbox One Scorpio really might deliver 4K gaming

1GHz Jaguar, and the Xbox One Scorpio would edge across the 6TFLOPS line.The big question here is whether or not Microsoft ditched the Xbox One’s ESRAM cache or not in the new version of the chip.

Microsoft cuts Xbox One price to $249 ahead of Xbox One S launch

Microsoft cuts Xbox One price to $249 ahead of Xbox One S launch Less than three years ago, Microsoft launched the Xbox One at $500.I’m a PC gamer, not a console aficionado, but the original Xbox One is pretty darn attractive at just $250.

Nvidia, not AMD, will power the Nintendo NX

Nvidia, not AMD, will power the Nintendo NX For over a year, conventional wisdom has predicted that AMD would win the Nintendo NX contract and cement its hold on the console industry.By making the NX a mobile console, Nintendo will have inevitably sacrificed top-end performance — and Nvidia’s Tegra X1, with four Cortex-A57 cores at 1.

Does Project Scorpio Spell Doom for Xbox One?

Does Project Scorpio Spell Doom for Xbox One? However, being a proud owner of the “older sibling” in the Xbox One family, I find myself wondering just how much things will change with the introduction of the Xbox One S and more importantly, whether or not Microsoft’s “Project Scorpio” will see the end of the Xbox One for good?

Microsoft’s Xbox One S: 4K Blu-ray, HDR, and a modest performance boost

Microsoft’s Xbox One S: 4K Blu-ray, HDR, and a modest performance boost When Microsoft announced the Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio earlier this year, the company’s strategy raised more than a few eyebrows.Now that the refresh has dropped, does the Xbox One S pack enough improvements to justify its purchase?

Microsoft claims Xbox One Scorpio will deliver ‘native’ 4K

Microsoft claims Xbox One Scorpio will deliver ‘native’ 4K “Any games we’re making that we’re launching in the Scorpio time frame, we’re making sure they can natively render at 4K.More important than TFLOPS, for our purposes, are render outputs (ROPS) and total memory bandwidth.

Forza Horizon 3 truly shines on Windows 10 — if you’re on high-end hardware

Forza Horizon 3 truly shines on Windows 10 — if you’re on high-end hardware This traditionally console-based series dipped its toe into the PC market with the free-to-play release of Forza Motorsport 6: Apex earlier this year, but Forza Horizon 3 marks the first simultaneous release on console and PC.Even though Horizon 3 runs relatively smoothly at 30Hz on the Xbox One, the recommended specs for the Windows 10 version of the game are surprisingly high.