Project Scorpio Still Getting Tuned; To Feature 9 GB of GDDR5 For Developers


The long wait is almost over, and in a few days we will finally learn everything there is to know about Microsoft's upcoming console, Project Scorpio. Today, it's been confirmed that the console is still getting tuned, and it will have some more benefits for developers to release the best possible versions of their games.

On his Official Twitter profile, Mike Ybarra revealed that they're still tuning Scorpio, and have managed to unlock an additional GB of RAM for developers, meaning that they will be able to use 9GB of GDDR5 for their games.

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Even games that won't use the full 9GB will be able to get some additional benefits, as the rest of the RAM will be used as a cache to improve load times and more.

Among the many things that will be revealed about Project Scorpio in a few days is the console's price. According to a report from earlier this week, the new console will be priced below $500, with analyst Michael Pachter predicting that it will be available for $399, which is a more than reasonable price for what the console will offer.

Project Scorpio will launch later this year in all regions. More on the console is coming very soon, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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