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Xbox One Project Scorpio Will Be A “Premium Buy” For A Hefty Price

Update Date: Nov 25, 2016 08:46 AM EST

Sony's PS4 Pro has been recently launched and gamers are eagerly waiting for the "True 4K" promised Xbox One Project Scorpio's release following that. However, continuous speculations on the Xbox Project Scorpio, and its specs and price have suggested that the console is of "premium" range assuring "true 4K" gaming experience at a significantly higher price.

Fans who have been closely following the updates on the would-be Microsoft's most powerful gaming console will not be taken by surprise on the high price range as the company had always been saying that the advanced technology it offers does not come with less price.

Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's Xbox One Project Scorpio says "We yet to officially announce the pricing, but I want to make sure that the investment we are putting into the product of Scorpio will definitely meet the demands of the higher-end consumer and that will be a much higher price"

It is also a well-known fact that a recent video of Phil Spencer in Leveup on Xbox One S, revealed that the Xbox One Project Scorpio is going to be way advanced and expensive than the Xbox One S. Considering the fact that Xbox One S console is priced at $399 currently, the Xbox One Project Scorpio is expected to be priced at $499 or more. Microsoft boasts that it will be able to offer "real native 4K" gaming experience in Project Scorpio, which will be its greatest advantage over the PlayStation 4 Pro.

Apart from the "true 4K" that offers hi-fidelity VR abilities, the Xbox One Project Scorpio is expected to sport 8 projected CPU cores, 320 GB/s Memory bandwidth and 6 TPS of power, which explains the hefty price tag.

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