“Introducing the new Xbox One S. Play the greatest games lineup, including Xbox 360 classics, on a 40% smaller console. Experience richer, more luminous colors in games and video with High Dynamic Range technology. Stream 4K video on Netflix and Amazon Video, and watch UHD Blu-ray™ movies in stunning 4K Ultra HD.”
So many options for Microsoft fans who haven’t jumped onto the Xbox One bandwagon yet. Microsoft recently announced at their latest E3 that gamers will have the option to purchase two stronger and more refined versions of the Xbox One very soon. The Xbox One S, a slimmer and cheaper version of the current Xbox One will be available in early August for $299. According to recent reports the Xbox One S will have “additional raw GPU and CPU power compared to the Xbox One.”
However, if you want an even more powerful version of the Xbox One, you can purchase Project Scorpio. Project Scorpio will support “4K games at 60Hz” and support virtual reality. Gamers will be able to experience Project Scorpio next fall. Several recently announced games such as Gears Of War 4, Resident Evil 7, and Batman: Arkham VR will be taking advantage of the two systems additional features. You can watch trailers for the Xbox One S and Project Scorpio in the drop.