The Atari VCS game console will not be released in mid-2019, as originally planned, but a few months later, which will allow developers to improve its hardware 'stuffing'. About this with reference to representatives of Atari, SA reports the resource Medium.com.
It took the manufacturer extra time to equip the device with a new processor to replace the not-so-powerful AMD Bristol Ridge A1 APU. The Atari VCS will now feature a Ryzen chip with integrated Radeon Vega graphics, which should dramatically improve the performance of the console while reducing power consumption and heat.
Atari, SA raised funds for the launch of the console through a crowdfunding campaign held on Indiegogo last year.