The second day of E3 has begun, and Phil Spencer, the Head of Xbox kicked everything off showcasing a few trailers, but we got another article for that.
For Phil gave us more intel about the next generation console from Xbox, for now still named Project Scarlett. The same team behind Xbox One and the Elite controllers are designing the new console. We didn’t get to see the new console just yet, but Phil gave us a release window; Project Scarlett will release during the holiday season in 2020.
They didn’t announce the specific details of the specs either, but they did say they’re using AMD, a new generation of SSD, framerate up to 120 and raytracing.
Project Scarlett alongside Xbox One will be part of Xbox’s new streaming service which will release this October.
Xbox One Elite Controller Series 2
There are a lot of new features in the redesigned Elite controller now named ‘Series 2’, such as;
– New thumbstick and paddle options
– Three customs profiles
– Works on Xbox One and PC
– New internal rechargeable battery
– New detachable charging dock
– Battery time up to 40 hours
As we didn’t get much details about the next Xbox console, we did, however, get to know the first launch title of Project Scarlett; Halo Infinite!