PlayStation 4 Pro Vs Xbox Scorpio: Battle Of The 4K Consoles; Comparison On Specs, Price And More Unveiled

By Staff writer , Oct 29, 2016 04:35 AM EDT

Earlier this year, Sony and Microsoft are in a stiff competition as the two companies unveiled two new video game consoles - the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Microsoft Xbox One S. however, the competition does not end there as Project Scorpio is on the way.

PlayStation 4 Pro vs Xbox Scorpio: 4K Display

Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro and Microsoft's Xbox Scorpio will both feature 4K functionality, which means that you will play with an immersive display that will surely make you an addict kind of gamer.

It is also known that the Xbox One S features HDR functionality which is why there is a very huge probability that the Xbox Scorpio will also feature one. With it also comes the upscaling of graphics display making the gaming experience more immersive.

PlayStation 4 Pro vs Xbox Scorpio: Release Date

Sony will release the new PlayStation 4 Pro on November 10 and it is already highly anticipated by the market to be one of the most successful console releases of all time. However, the Xbox Scorpio is set for a later release as it is speculated to be out by the last quarter next year, 2017.

PlayStation 4 Pro vs Xbox Scorpio: Specs

The PlayStation 4 Pro comes with an octa core, x86-64 AMD "Jaguar" CPU, and a 4.2 TFLOP GPU. With this, one can compare it to a standard PlayStation 4 that comes with 1.84 teraFLOPS.

Even though Sony is the most advanced video game console as of now, it will remain until the Xbox Scorpio is released. Unfortunately, Microsoft is still reserved when it comes to giving hints as to what specs will the Scorpio have.

To sum it all up, Sony should be threatened by the upcoming release of its rival, Microsoft's Xbox Scorpio, as when the time of its release come, the market will surely be divided. Most likely, PlayStation 4 Pro users will sell their consoles to purchase the more advanced Xbox Scorpio.

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