Production games are going to get a lot of attention this year.

    That’s because we are finally seeing the consoles get the game engine upgrade that Sony promised in 2015.

    And this has resulted in a number of big games launching this year, including the latest Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1.

    For some developers, the extra horsepower and new graphics may not sound like a big deal, but it has a huge impact on the quality of the games you will be able to play.

    In this article, we’ll go over some of the major new game engines we’re expecting in 2016 and how they will affect your game.

    The PS4 Pro, Xbox One X and the next-gen consoles: Sony’s PS4 is the big winner this year with the release of a new console that can support up to 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) resolution, 4K streaming, 4X3 DUALSHOCK4 support, a 3D Vision feature, and much more.

    The PlayStation 4 Pro is expected to launch in June and costs $399, but Sony’s also announcing a new version of the console that will go for $499.

    The Xbox One, on the other hand, is a lot cheaper than the PS4 but will support the same games and systems as the PS 4 Pro.

    The $399 Xbox One S is the only version of this console that supports 4K resolution.

    The biggest change between the PS5 and the Xbox One is that you will not be able do voice-over recording in the PS Vita.

    You can however stream voice-overs through Microsoft’s Xbox app and Skype, and Microsoft is planning a free app for the Xbox app that lets you record and stream voiceovers for your games and apps.

    The big question is whether the PSX will be the only one to support 4K, but Microsoft has confirmed that its Xbox One app will be available on the PS3 and Xbox 360 for free.

    So the PS2 and Xbox are going down the same path, but the PS X is going to be much more affordable.

    The new Xbox One and Xbox Scorpio are going up against Sony’s new Xbox 360, which is a little cheaper at $399.

    The 360 is the first Xbox console to support HDR gaming, which means that the images will be sharper in low light and the picture will look more lifelike.

    The Scorpio is the last console to use the new HDR standard, and the only Xbox One to do so, and it is the most expensive console to do it on.

    Microsoft is also planning to release a new Xbox app for its Xbox app, so it should have the option to record voiceovers as well.

    It also says that Xbox One games and movies will be playable on the Scorpio.

    Microsoft’s not giving any specifics on how the Scorpios game output will differ from the 360s game output, but you should expect it to be more cinematic than the 360.

    Xbox Scorpios 4K gaming has a much better price tag than the Xbox 360.

    Microsoft said it would charge $499 for the Scorpions console and $549 for the 4K version.

    That might not sound so bad, but if you’re going to spend that much, you might want to buy the PS Plus subscription.

    The first Scorpio’s Xbox Live subscription cost $199, and you can still get the PS+ subscription for $99.

    You won’t have to pay a monthly fee for the PSVR or the PS One Makers Club, but we would have liked to see a better price point for the Makers club.

    That way you can keep up with the game and movies you are creating on Xbox One.

    The Makers membership gives you access to Xbox apps like Games with Gold, which will help you create your games, as well as new content and services.

    Microsoft has said that Scorpios games will be “coming to PSVR” by the end of the year, so we can expect Scorpios to get PSVR support by the time the Xbox Scorpions arrive.

    Microsoft says that the Scorpiolis games will also be coming to Xbox One consoles, but will not reveal a release date.

    The next-generation consoles: Microsoft’s announcement about its next- gen consoles this week was the first major news about the next generation consoles, and there are plenty of games coming out for the next Xbox.

    In 2016, we are expected to see more than half a dozen games launch for the consoles, including Halo 5: Guardians, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, and more.

    Xbox One Scorpios are expected in June for $399 and Xbox Ones in August for $549.

    You will also get the first new Gears of War game this year: Gears of Wars Ultimate Edition for Xbox One will be released in May and will cost $299.

    Gears of Peace, Halo Wars 2, Halo 5, Halo 6, Halo 7, and Gears of Glory will be coming out in October. Gears 5