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If AMD will release Vega gpu in October then there is almost a year time for the price to drop in order for xbox scorpio to cost around $499-599
Another option is using zen cpu with a Polaris custom gpu specially developed for the xbox scorpio .

Anyway i truly believe that most pc gamers and console videogamer would buy Xbox scorpio even at $799 if they get 4k at 60 fps .

I would buy it too thumb.gif
Edited by pompss - 6/14/16 at 3:37pm
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I'm not sure I understand what you mean by this. Could you elaborate?
The differences between the 360 versions are not the same as the differences being discussed here. There were changes to add features (WiFi), enhance cooling, add storage space, or maybe just make it look like R2D2. What's being discussed here is noticeably increasing the capabilities of the Xbox One and therefore changing the gaming experience itself.

Oh, so it is like what Nintendo did back in 1996.....
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When the Xbox 360 launched in 2005, that was effectively the end of Original Xbox software production, you couldn't make a game that works on both the Original Xbox and Xbox 360.
That's not the case here, you can make a game that runs flawlessly on both Scorpio and Xbox One, and whatever comes after Scorpio, and theoretically it will still work with every piece of Xbox hardware produced from here on.
And the reverse is also true that in 20 years someone will be able to make games that run on the latest hardware while still supporting the Xbox One.

There's no guarantee that new games will support the Xbox One 20 years from now, just that they can if they really want to.

(It's just like PC games, and Microsoft's first party titles are all PC games now, the inherent attributes of PC game compatibility now apply to both the Xbox hardware and software.)

Yeah but they will abandon Xbox One/ S before Scorpio. They just cant make games that scale that much in 5 years time.

Have you seen all the games being released on the PS3/360 over the last three years?
And that's across three completely different architectures.

In the future publishers will have even less incentive to stop releasing games on the Xbone because every gaming platform in the future will still be inherently compatible (technically that even includes Sony hardware).
And then you have to consider the kinds of advancements that are being made in upcoming games.
One of the problems I see with current games is that they're mostly using the power available in ways that doesn't affect gameplay, they have better shaders and hair physics, but core game concepts aren't changing with new hardware.
Would it be a deal breaker to play Tomb Raider with low res shadows and hair physics disabled?
That's the kind of question most games in the next decade will be facing. I wish it weren't, I wish we had CPU architectiures on the horizon that would blow away everything we have today, but that's not the world we live in.

Until game concepts like Star Citizen become more common there isn't much that a person could ask of a game that couldn't be done on current hardware.
Edited by ILoveHighDPI - 6/14/16 at 8:34pm
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This is not anything new remember the 360 had like a million different versions, the original 360 did not even come with a hdmi port or wireless capabilities.
Yeah, I think you can't even play GTA V on those, they lack the space to install it. Anyway no one cares because they are all dead after RROD's.
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Hopefully they keep the price below 600$, remember most people will also have to buy a 4k tv/monitor as well so that will increase the cost on the customer. If they price the console too high out of the gate it may doom it imo.
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Will be Apu with 2 small gpu's in Xfire I reckon. Wonder how 2 460's will scale.
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