Xbox’s Matt Booty sets out plans for Scarlett first party support
Microsoft is really happy that it holds bragging rights for the world’s most powerful console, and it looks like it doesn’t want to lose that pole position next-gen.
The Xbox E3 2019 press conference was the biggie this year since Sony decided to bow out. Here’s everything announced at the show.
Xbox console Project Scarlett confirmed to support 120fps, 8K - launches in 2020 with Halo: Infinite
Microsoft announced its newest Xbox console today, and it’s still going by Scarlett for the time being.
According to a new report, Microsoft is planning to release not one, but two next-gen consoles.
According to possible leaks, Microsoft’s current plan is to release a next-gen Xbox code-named “Scarlett” within two years.