Microsoft has been keen to include its PC user base in future gaming plans as shown by the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative, which debuted a year ago.
So we'll be taking a look at Microsoft's push with the Xbox One X (the official name of what was formerly known as Project Scorpio) and Sony's attempt at keeping the focus on their own consoles and their upcoming library. This is particularly important for rendering high res textures, since both consoles aim to offer 4K quality.
The Microsoft's (msft) executive's comments come just days after Microsoft announced the new Xbox One X console at the E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles. It's expensive compared to other game consoles, and it's expensive when you're not comparing it to anything.
Spencer then went on to say that the Xbox One X feature 40 percent more GPU and a larger, faster RAM. In an interview with Eurogamer, Spencer explains the Xbox One X name, a lack of first-party game announcements, and the all-important $100 price gap between the Xbox One X and the PS4 Pro.
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At this rate, you might as well wait for that to drop in price, because at least you get two games for your money. And, in addition to the classic single-player campaign mode, the new game includes 16 multiplayer maps.
Speaking to IGN, head of Xbox Phil Spencer, said: "We can support the discs, which was actually a technically achievement for the team". For now, though? If you want the most bleeding edge Xbox One experience possible, there's a console for you - it's just gonna cost ya.
Talking with PC Gamer, Spencer was asked if we might see that same emulation on PC in the future.
The new Xbox One X will arrive in homes with plenty of games ready to play in full 4K quality.
When it comes to the central processing unit (CPU), the PlayStation 4 has a slight lag compared to the Xbox One X as well.
"The money-making part is in selling games", he said, showing that Microsoft will rely on titles to drive up its profit from the Xbox One X.