Microsoft Reveals New 'Xbox Project Scarlett' Console for Holiday 2020 Launch
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Microsoft revealed its planned new console, tentatively named 'Project Scarlett,' during its E3 press conference on Sunday. The console will have a new AMD processor, GDDR6 memory, and a "next-generation" solid state drive, and will also support 8K resolution, hardware-accelerated ray tracing, and variable refresh rate. The console will debut in the 2020 holiday season with Halo Infinite as a launch title.
Microsoft launched the original Xbox One console in 2013. The Xbox One S version, which added 4K video playback and game resolution upscaling, as well as HDR support, launched in August 2016. The Xbox One X version, which added native 4K game rendering, released in November 2017. An "All-Digital Edition" of the Xbox One S without an optical disc drive launched on May 7.