New report points to Project Scorpio Xbox offering 4K Game DVR

Like the S, Scorpio will feature an internal Power Supply Unit as well as 4K video streaming for stuff like Netflix and Hulu.

In the meantime, we'll have to sit and wait and hope that at E3 we'll get to see more proof of the claim.

Shadow of War was recently confirmed as the first Xbox Scorpio title, with Microsoft's backing, with it featuring 4K and HDR technology. Not much more is known about the system for now, though Microsoft has now made it very clear that this will be the most powerful console ever made.

This is something the Xbox One S is already able to do, but more excitingly the sources say the console will also use its HEVC codec for encoding 2160p, 60 frames-per-second video for gameplay recording and streaming. The current Xbox One only manages to output 720p 30fps streams.

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The PS4 Pro is now the best console for streaming, offering 1080p and 60fps. "Cleary we're gonna talk about Scorpio at E3, but I also don't want to take up the majority of the time doing all things about hardware". I want it on stage.

"I'm not trying to scare anybody on the price".

Now, a product page for the mega-powerful console has appeared on the Microsoft Store (via TrustedReviews). Microsoft's Project Scorpio made headlines previous year when the company introduced the concept alongside the announcement of the Xbox One S, and now a recent report has confirmed that Microsoft will, once more, use an internal power supply unit (PSU) as part of Project Scorpio's design. We're going to come out on a price that we think is fair for the product that we build and the customers will tell us as they always do.

Eli Becht is a gaming contributor to Heavy and a graduate of Central Michigan University.

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