Earlier this year Sony announced the PlayStation Neo and upping the hardware in the console and thus raising the stakes for the console war. This week Microsoft has stepped up their game with the new line of Xbox ones coming out in 2016 and 2017. We will be seeing two new models of Xbox’s this year the first will be a slimmed down version of the Xbox one and will be the smallest version ever, it will support 4k and be set to drop sometime in August. The other isn’t set to drop until sometime in 2017 and is being called Project Scorpio and is projected to be about 45% stronger than that of the PlayStation Neo. Scorpio will have more interrogation for Windows 10 and will have a newer controller as well. The Xbox One is rumored to operate a peak target of 1.32 teraflops, compared to the 1.84 teraflops performance numbers attributed to the PS4. Now the Scorpio is rumored to be operating at 6 teraflops as opposed to the 4.14 teraflops of the PlayStation Neo.
The Scorpio is also going to play all the Xbox one games and will supposedly have support for the Oculus Rift.