In a trailer at E3, developers confirmed that the new console - codenamed Project Scarlett - will offer up to 120 frames per second, contain an SSD, and will launch with Halo Infinite. For the Xbox 360, we aren't quite sure.
Microsoft also stated that they will continue to their tradition of moving gamers and the games they own onwards with this new launch, so existing Xbox One games and the back-catalog of backwards compatibility games will continue to be playable on the new console as well.
During the Xbox E3 briefing, Microsoft gave fans first details on the upcoming next-generation of Xbox consoles.
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There actually seem to be some similarities between the next Xbox - which for now is known as Project Scarlett - and the PlayStation 5. It also uses GDDR6 memory and an SSD that doubles as virtual RAM. Powered by a custom-designed processor, leveraging the latest Zen 2 and Radeon RDNA architecture from our partners at AMD, Project Scarlett will deliver a new level of immersion. That will coincide with the release of Halo Infinite. It then proceeded to share two more with the codes G 36 and B 0 in the same fashion.
It's worth noting that when we say Game Pass Ultimate is available to everyone, we really mean everyone as it includes both the console game plan and the PC game plan on top of the Live subscription. Instead, Microsoft talked up Scarlett's incredible specs and hardware capabilities, and it sounds like a big step up from the current of Xbox One systems.
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