Xbox 2 Features: Microsoft is one of the brands in the world of technology which manages to hit the headlines of the news and updates more often than not. And among the news and updates that have come in the recent years, the Xbox Two: Project Scorpio of Microsoft is the one which has grabbed the attention of all the tech enthusiasts who have kept an eye on all the developments. The Project Scorpio was announced by Microsoft in the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016 which has promised a lot to all the fans who have been waiting for all the probable Xbox 2 Features.
- The Xbox One S which is basically an upgrade from the Xbox One got unveiled back in the year 2016. There have been a small number of upgrades that have taken place in the Xbox One S which came out a few days back. But with news coming in that the Xbox Two is under development, the gamers across the world have been expecting a number of updates to feature in the upcoming gaming console. It is an understatement that the Xbox Two is going to be a superior one than its predecessors.
Xbox 2 Features (Speculated)
Microsoft is popular among the gamers for manufacturing attractive gaming consoles. All the consoles that they have released over the years have some incredible outward appearance. And it got a bit better with the release of the Xbox One S which is a mere upgrade from the Xbox One as it turned out to be much slimmer than its predecessor. So it is quite natural that expectations are high regarding an even sleeker display of the Xbox Two than the presently available one.
Is Xbox Two going to support 4K Resolution?
The Xbox One X has recently been given a proper unveiling, and as we had already expected, it is being targeted towards the 4K generation. Microsoft had already stated during their announcement for the Project Scorpio that the new console will pack in the teraflops to ensure a solid 4K experience, and the E3 2017 showing confirmed just that.
However, there is still a lot of room for improvement, especially considering that what Microsoft has achieved in the Scorpio is not exactly native 4K. However, all that is set to change as the markets become more lucrative for the technology. Analysts suggest that by 2019, the global markets will become much more receptive towards the 4K trend and incorporating the new tech will also become increasingly cost effective, thus ensuring the release of a number of 4K-supported devices. That is also when we expect the Xbox 2 release date to be.
This means that the Xbox 2, in whichever form it arrives, will definitely not pass up the chance to join the big leagues. After being criticized by Sony officials for the Teraflops on the Xbox One X, we only assume they will try to make up for it all.
Is Xbox Two VR Compatible?
If we look at the release dates of the gaming consoles from the house of Microsoft, it can be said that the Xbox Box Two might get unveiled sometime in the year 2017. It might happen in the later part of the year, but 2018 sounds really plausible for the release of the Xbox Two. So at that time it is expected that all the video games will come out with versions compatible with VR. So there is a clear indication to the fact that the Xbox Two will come with a support for virtual reality.
The Microsoft Xbox One is available on the market with a DDR3 8GB RAM. But it is expected that the upcoming Xbox Two will be coming with a better RAM. It is believed that it will feature a LPDDR4 16 GB RAM. The Xbox One S is available in three separate variants – a 500 GB one besides a couple of other variants having 1TB and 2 TB in-built storage. So it is expected that the Xbox Two is going to come out in three different variants as well. The basic one will come with a 500 GB storage capacity and the other two with 1 TB and 2 TB as internal storage capacity.
We are used to having massive storage at our fingertips, but with Xbox 2, there is a possibility that it will come equipped with less hard drive space than its predecessor. Whether this proves that they have found a way to be ultra-efficient with graphics and processing or not, remains to be seen.
Xbox One S was offered in a 500GB, 1TB and 2TB model. Speaking on the issue of storage, Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, said that the opening price point of Xbox One S and the various hard drive sizes is a crucial part of this whole product. It is expected that Xbox 2 will ship with a 1TB hard drive, although the bandwidth will be 50% more than that of the drives we have seen in Xbox One and S. Another interesting prospect will be the fact that the hard drive will be located in the system with dampeners in order to absorb vibration and reduce error rates and optimal data throughout.
Backward compatibility is one of the fascinating features of the gaming consoles from the house of Microsoft. And it is quite obvious that the Xbox Two is going to come out with a backward compatibility as well. However, there are possibilities that the games which are compatible with Xbox Two might not be available for playing on the Xbox One. But the games might well be compatible with the Xbox One S.
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It can be concluded that the Project Scorpio (Xbox Two) is going to be an incredible gaming console. And with the Xbox Two being expected to be released in the later parts of this year, it can be stated that the features might undergo little bit of changes. But one thing is for sure, the Xbox Two Features is definitely going to be one of the best among the ones that will be made available in recent or distant future.