Xbox 720 has seen lots of reports and information leaked, but no hard images for games the system will be receiving, until recently that is.
According to a report from DSOGaming yesterday, some new images have been revealed from Epic Games and the recent Helmet Tech demo.
You can check out the pictures in the lists above or below. The pictures do a great job of showing off the capabilities the Unreal Engine 4 will have on systems like the Xbox 720.
Some recent spec reports for the Xbox 720 have put the Xbox 720's specs with a DDR3 memory set-up that the Xbox 720 will allegedly have, is going to be slower than that of the PlayStation 4.
Microsoft looks like it will be implementing an offshoot of eDRAM tech that is integrated with the graphics core, which offsets the bandwidth problems that takes place when using the DDR3.
The amount of RAM the Xbox 720 uses seems to be the real advantage that the system will hold over the PlayStation 4. The Xbox 720 will sport 8GB of RAM, with 3GB of it going to the operating system.
The Xbox 720's CPU will also be high as Microsoft seems to be wanting to run two separate apps at the same time a gamer is in the middle of a gameplay session.
The report says that because of all of this, the Orbis may be more powerful and provide a better gaming experience because most of the PlayStation 4's processing power is going toward the gaming experience, not apps or peripheral functions.