While the Xbox Scorpio’s selling point will be its compatibility with, and ability to fully output natively for, 4K TVs, it will still run on 1080p TVs, and Microsoft has indicated that even 1080p TV owners will see a difference in image quality while playing on the Scorpio.
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For Microsoft, this E3 is important - Sony is the strongest it has ever been, and Nintendo is resurgent. This means that what was initially a single front war is now a two front one for them. So of course, they need to have something meaningful planned for E3, right?
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Sea of Thieves Continues To Amuse In New Gameplay VideoSea of Thieves, Rare’s co-operative action adventure game that is due to release this year on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, looks great- it looks charming and funny, and it looks like to will be a return to form for the British studio, which has fallen on some hard times recently. The more we see of it, in fact, the more we are convinced that it will go on to become a favorite of many Xbox One owners.
Take this new video, for example- showcasing a band of developers led by Producer Joe Neate and Lead Designer Mike Chapman as they play the game against players during the technical alpha, the video looks funny, fun, and the game looks like it will have a lot of scope for emergent gameplay. That is just the kind of game that it needs to be to be successful.
Sea of Thieves is due out later this year on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. You can check out the new gameplay video below.
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