All games modes for Xbox Scorpio will be available for all TVs. The Xbox Scorpio may be an iteration on the Xbox One to complete with the PS4 Pro but unlike Sony’s Console you won’t need 4K TV to get the most out of it.
According to the company, all Xbox Scorpio modes for games will be available anyway of display that it’s connected to.
What this means is, even if you have a regular 1080p TV every mode such as those that prioritise performance over image quality or vice-versa can be accessed.
Additionally, much like Shadow of Mordor and Rise of the Tomb Raider on the PS4 Pro, super sampling will be an option available across games.
Therefore content such as games, though viewed on a full-HD panel, will be rendered on Xbox Scorpio at 4K TV but displayed at full-HD.
This result in a clearer, more detailed image than what you’d get from a game running at 1080p alone. If a reliable, higher frame rate is of greater significance, that is an option as well, allowing you to play games at 1080p but with greater inconsistency.
As for its price Mike Ybarra, Corporate Vice President of the Xbox and Windows gaming platform said that Project Xbox Scorpio is designed for “that premium customer, the gamer that expects the absolute best versions of the games” – so expect it to be priced consequently.
Another report from the site suggests that it would cost $499 (around Rs. 32,200) — which is what the original Xbox One cost at launch in the US.
The Xbox one launched in India for around Rs. 40,000. For what it’s worth, the PS4 Pro costs $399 in the US (around Rs. 25,700) and is available in India for Rs. 38,990.
The Form Factor of the console will nicely surprise you. As for cost, Microsoft told us absolutely nothing but looking at what’s in it, it ain’t going to be cheap. Our guess, and it is just a guess, is $499, the same launch price as the original Xbox One”.