Not only Sony seems to pick at his console. Rumors say that the same work has just Microsoft that at E3 will announce two new Xboxy: smaller version XBO and stronger Scorpio.
For information about Microsoft’s plans revealed site Kotaku, which citing its own sources within the company determined that the Redmond giant is working on not one, but two new consoles.
Presentation reduced version of “One” we are already looking forward to a few weeks during the conference of Microsoft at E3. New Xbox differ from the original will primarily size – if you believe the rumors he will be about 40% smaller. So at least thinks Tom Warren of The Verge, which in these cases seems to have a great understanding.
But not only the size that counts. Reduced Xbox has to get a hard drive with a capacity of two terbajtów. On the differences between the classic Xbox, and its thumbnail to the end. It is not known yet if Microsoft itself as it wishes.
More interesting, more interesting, it promises to be the second console, allegedly Microsoft has plans. The device, tentatively named “Scorpio”, seems to be the answer to what is, by all signs in the heavens and the earth prepares us Sony in the form of a mysterious PS4 Neo.
Scorpio will get from Microsoft’s powerful layout and is designed to support technologies such as VR goggles Oculus to be an important component of the new console. Polygon even wrote that Scropio may have more than four times more powerful than the current Xbox One.
Why the offensive console Microsoft? All the “Project Helix ‘, which implies further integration of Xbox Windows. This is connected with the provision of games like Halo for example, on both hardware platforms.
The second important thing is to change the policy in relation to Microsoft Xbox. End with long waiting for a new generation of consoles – now improve to appear in Xbox more often because about once every two years.
How long we wait for Scropio? Not so long! If you believe the rumors console is expected to be available next year. I recall, however, that Microsoft has not confirmed any of this information, so the E3 should be treated as rumors. Extremely unlikely, but still the rumors.