The next-gen console war is heating up after Microsoft revealed Project Scarlett at E3 yesterday.
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Sony's skipping E3 2019, so rumored (but likely) console specs are all gamers have to go on.
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The PS5 may have a next-gen AMD CPU and GPU, as well as an estimated 1 TB SSD and16 GB of RAM.
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Additionally, the PS5 is supposedly built around backwards compatibility, sporting cross-gen saves.
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Project Scarlett is confirmed to have a similar AMD CPU and an SSD that will function as virtual RAM.
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Scarlett will be four times more powerful than the Xbox One X, run games at 120 fps and 8K, and eliminate load times.
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As late as holiday 2020, players everywhere will be gaming on home consoles as powerful as high-end PCs, and we can't wait.
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