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Posted on Monday, January 30 @ 16:00:00 PST by Jonathan_Leack


There's a lot of talk in the gaming industry right now about whether or not Project Scorpio is a next-generation console in disguise. We know that it's significantly more powerful than any other console on the market, including the PS4 Pro, and even some developers are calling it a new generation of hardware.

With the way Microsoft is handling backward compatibility, it isn't far-fetched to think of Project Scorpio as an all-new generation console that supports Xbox One games as well as those that probably could never run on one. But then again, maybe it is just a glamorized mid-generation hardware upgrade looking to provide gamers with 4K support.

Do you think Project Scorpio will be considered a next-gen console? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments below.



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