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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.

Sony's silence on PlayStation VR could spell trouble for the fledgling market

Sony's silence on PlayStation VR could spell trouble for the fledgling market A few months ago, Sony launched the PlayStation VR after several years of work.Next, there’s early evidence that the PSVR’s sales figures may not have been to the company’s liking.

Leaked PDF sheds light on Microsoft's Project Scorpio, 4K gaming plans

Leaked PDF sheds light on Microsoft's Project Scorpio, 4K gaming plans Details on Microsoft’s Project Scorpio and how it might handle 4K gaming have been hard to come by ever since Microsoft announced the new platform.According to Microsoft’s documentation, the Xbox Scorpio ditches the ESRAM cache the Xbox One relied on to deliver higher performance and acceptable frame rates.

‘Project Scorpio, the 4K-capable Xbox console, likely to be unveiled at E3 in June

‘Project Scorpio, the 4K-capable Xbox console, likely to be unveiled at E3 in June First announced at E3 in 2016, Project Scorpio is an upgraded version of Microsoft’s current-generation Xbox One console.Claiming that Project Scorpio is “the most powerful console ever,” Microsoft revealed that it will support all existing Xbox One games and accessories, in addition to 4K displays and virtual reality technology.

Microsoft will unveil Scorpio on June 11: Here's what we'd like to see

Microsoft will unveil Scorpio on June 11: Here's what we'd like to see The Xbox One was a multimedia system where you could watch TV and game (despite lacking a DVR).The PS4 / PS4 Pro have outsold the Xbox One by nearly 2:1 (an estimated 28.

Microsoft's Project Scorpio will improve games at 1080p as well as offering 4K

Microsoft's Project Scorpio will improve games at 1080p as well as offering 4K With Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro now shipping, there’s a great deal of speculation around Microsoft’s upcoming Project Scorpio.Microsoft has implied it wants to leapfrog both the Xbox One and the PS4 Pro by a significant margin, but details on how these improvements would impact the existing Xbox One ecosystem have been few and far between.

Rumor: Microsoft will unveil Project Scorpio this week

Rumor: Microsoft will unveil Project Scorpio this week E3 is still a few months away, but it appears that Microsoft won’t be waiting much longer to fully unveil Project Scorpio, its beefed up Xbox One console.” More: Xbox Project Scorpio: Everything you need to know about Microsoft’s newest console Podcast The Inner Circle also claimed over the weekend that Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry would be fully releasing the console’s technical specifications on April 6.

Microsoft Reveals Xbox Scorpio's Impressive Specs

Microsoft Reveals Xbox Scorpio's Impressive Specs Whereas the PS4 Pro was an iteration, Scorpio appears more like a new console generation, although Microsoft promises that it will play Xbox 360 and Xbox One games.This will no doubt impress gamers who obsess over CPU speeds and graphical fidelity, although Microsoft has a tough task ahead of them when it comes to regaining their footing in the console market.

Microsoft pulls back the veil on its massively powerful Project Scorpio

Microsoft pulls back the veil on its massively powerful Project Scorpio Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry has seen it in action, and it appears that those claims are not only accurate, but could be underselling just how technically impressive the next Xbox One console really is.An 8GB portion of this memory will be made available to developers, while 4GB are reserved for the system software in order to run the main dashboard at native 4K resolution.

Microsoft powers up Project Scorpio as 4K console gaming era nears

Microsoft powers up Project Scorpio as 4K console gaming era nears Video gaming hardware looks to be taking the next big step forward with Microsoft’s Project Scorpio.The Scorpio console is packing some serious heat, with a pumped-up AMD Jaguar 8-core 2.

Microsoft's new Project Scorpio Xbox could blow the PS4 Pro out of the water, challenge high-end PCs

Microsoft's new Project Scorpio Xbox could blow the PS4 Pro out of the water, challenge high-end PCs 37x higher than the Xbox One, while the GPU’s core count has increased by 3.The Xbox One was criticized for its decision to rely on cheaper DDR3 rather than going the unified GDDR5 route Sony chose.

Project Scorpio vs. PlayStation 4 Pro: Clash of the Titans

Project Scorpio vs. PlayStation 4 Pro: Clash of the Titans The PlayStation 4 Pro has been in our hands for several months, but Microsoft has finally released the key hardware specs for its upgraded hardware, codenamed Project Scorpio, in an exclusive report from Digital Foundry.Under the hood, the most stark differences between the PS4 Pro and Project Scorpio are in their memory and GPUs.

AMD FreeSync tech, HDMI 2.1 will help Project Scorpio console boost performance

AMD FreeSync tech, HDMI 2.1 will help Project Scorpio console boost performance The details on Microsoft’s upcoming Project Scorpio gaming console were recently released, and the upcoming addition to the Xbox line will offer unprecedented power.Processor and GPU maker AMD is at the heart of Project Scorpio, providing the computing and graphical processing power.

Pics reveal a surprisingly compact console for Project Scorpio’s brawny hardware

Pics reveal a surprisingly compact console for Project Scorpio’s brawny hardware New images of Scorpio development kits show a console that is remarkably tiny given its horsepower.Gamasutra was able to take pictures of the Scorpio development kit during a recent trip to Microsoft, and the console appears to be of very similar size to the Xbox One S released last year.

MashTalk: Did Burger King cross the line with its Google Home stunt?

MashTalk: Did Burger King cross the line with its Google Home stunt? Needless to say, Google Home users were pissed at the invasiveness of the marketing stunt, and Google moved quickly to block the phrase.But did Burger King really screw up big time and cross the line, or should we expect more brands to start "hijacking" our smart speakers (3:04)?

Microsoft's Project Scorpio picks up FreeSync, but VR support remains hazy

Microsoft's Project Scorpio picks up FreeSync, but VR support remains hazy Last week we discussed the new Project Scorpio Xbox refresh, and what the enhanced gaming capabilities can do in terms of 4K and VR support.The original Xbox One isn’t thought to have put as much emphasis on HSA as the PS4 did, but Xbox Scorpio could change that, too.

Which Xbox One games deserve a Scorpio upgrade?

Which Xbox One games deserve a Scorpio upgrade? In recent weeks, Microsoft has laid out some pretty impressive specs for the upcoming Project Scorpio.And if the final hardware is as beefy as Redmond is promising, developers will be able to create some gorgeous console games in the coming years.

Xbox One vs. Project Scorpio: Which should you buy?

Xbox One vs. Project Scorpio: Which should you buy? With its upcoming new version of the Xbox One, codenamed “Project Scorpio,” Microsoft wants to convince you that adding more technical firepower shouldn’t be reserved for new consoles.While the Scorpio is a still an Xbox One, it’s heftier, faster, more powerful under the hood.

E3 2017: Everything We Know About Xbox One X

E3 2017: Everything We Know About Xbox One X Long live Xbox One X.Below you’ll find detailed info on the Xbox One X hardware, games available on launch day, and technical enhancements that set the console apart from Xbox One and Xbox One S.

Microsoft's 4K-Ready Xbox One X Launches November 7th at $499

Microsoft's 4K-Ready Xbox One X Launches November 7th at $499 Dubbed “Xbox One X,” this high-powered gaming machine is designed for full-on 4K gaming and media playback.And when it ships on November 7th, it’ll cost $499 — twice that of the current Xbox One S.