Atari has announced that its upcoming retro-inspired console, Atari VCS, will be launching later than previously announced due to it getting an upgrade to a newer APU from the AMD Ryzen family.
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Atari announced today that it will begin pre-orders for its upcoming console, the Atari VCS, next month. The console will be AMD powered with 4K 60FPS capabilities, and is slated to ship next year.
Atari's new Linux-powered console, Ataribox, has hit a snag, with its pre-order plans being delayed on the day they were supposed to go online. The company is reportedly working on a new launch plan.
The upcoming Linux-powered console by Atari, the Ataribox, will be up for pre-order later this week on December 14. The console is expected to cost around $250 and comes with AMD hardware.
Atari confirmed its return to the console market back in June, and today the company revealed that the upcoming Ataribox will be powered by an AMD CPU with Radeon graphics and will be Linux-based.
Atari, which last made a console in 1993, has revealed the first pictures and some details of the Ataribox, a retro console that will offer classic games as well as new gaming content.
As E3 2017 has come to a close, it appears that the Xbox One X wasn't the only console announced. Atari CEO Fred Chesnais has now confirmed that his company is indeed working on a new console.