Microsoft revealed during its conference E3 2019 a new generation of Xbox, called Project Scarlett. It will arrive at the end of 2020. Halo Infinite will be a launch game and won a new trailer.
Among the elements revealed, we know that the loading time will be something to be considered. And the desire is to eliminate this with SSD. That is one of the main pillars of the new console. The RAM memory will be GDRR6. There is support for Ray Tracing and the possibility of reaching framerates above 100 fps, according to the developers.
According to Microsoft, the new technology will offer the games that the developers want, without technical problems of data transmission, something that, according to them, creates a never seen immersion. The new Xbox is billed as the “most immersive console ever made”.
Game Pass will remain strong and Microsoft has confirmed that the new console will have 4 generations of games, meaning backward compatibility will remain strong.
Project Scarlett arrives at the end of 2020 and we still do not know if we will have just one console on the Scarlett line.