XBox Project Scorpio Featured at Microsoft's E3 2017 Event
Feb 19, 2017, 00:08
As far as what they have prepared to show, the top head of the video games division of Microsoft assured that he is very confident in what they will present during E3 2017. It will be on Sunday, June 11, and will start at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET. A press invite was sent out by the company a day ahead of E3 2017. Before that, Spencer also announced that 2017 will not be full of Halo or Gears of War, suggesting that no new games from the franchises will release for the year.
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The image likely sends the message that Scorpio will be officially unveiled during the press briefing before the annual gaming convention gets underway.
Microsoft touts that Project Scorpio will be the most powerful console ever built.
Apparently, Project Scorpio will not rely on a similar method the PS4 Pro does to render 4K resolutions by "checkerboarding", a process that achieves 4K appearance without needing so much graphical power.
The special event is a community-focused gathering that will let a limited number of Xbox fans to access some of Microsoft's upcoming games and listen to the presentation of the popular game developers and other game industry influencers.
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Gamespot also reported that Xbox's big boss Phil Spencer teased the Microsoft E3 2017 lineup in January. The new console is also said to deliver "true 4K gaming and high-fidelity VR" straight out of the box.
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