While the full specs for the Xbox Scorpio haven’t been revealed, Microsoft did share a few tidbits about the upcoming machine back at E3. It will feature 320 GBs of bandwidth, have an 8-core CPU, and the graphics card will have 6 TFLOPs of power. It was also revealed that it would fully support VR, as well as 4K gaming.
The PS4 Pro had quite a few features revealed. It will have 4.2 TFLOPS of power. Like the Scorpio and the standard PS4, it will have an 8-core processor and maintain its 8GB of GDDR5 RAM. 4K and HDR gaming are on the list of features, along with the full support of VR (which the standard PS4 also supports).
For the most part, they’re looking pretty comparable in this space, except that the Scorpio is looking to push out nearly 50% more power when it releases. It will be interesting to see how their full final specs match up and what experiences both machines are capable of delivering.