Microsoft Finally Reveals Its Plans For Project Scorpio At E3 2017

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Last Monday, Xbox marketing chief Mike Nichols stated that the Xbox One X won't be supporting VR. While Sony does have the price advantage with the PS4 Pro, the Xbox One X is substantially more capable graphically.

Dave Thier, a contributor for Forbes, said consumers criticized Xbox One for concentrating too much on non-gaming applications and "just couldn't compete with the cheaper, better-performing PS4". In layman's terms, this makes the Xbox One X 40 percent more powerful than Sony's Playstation 4 Pro.

Xbox One X will go on sale on November 7 and will have support for both Xbox One games and backward compatible Xbox 360 and Xbox titles. Microsoft's Windows operating system powers 90% of all new PCs, many of which are used to play games.

Latest update on June 12, 2017 at 12:15 PM by PaulRubens.

Another interesting tidbit that was revealed was about the PS4 Pro version of the game. "This is a true 4K console". So it's quite understandable if gamers are immediately wondering if they should even pony up the dough for the Xbox One X at all. The Xbox One X will also be available with an Ultra HD Blu-ray drive for 4K movies, and 1TB of storage.

Microsoft is calling it the most powerful gaming console ever made.

'You can only play 4K games like Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves and Super Lucky's Tale the way they're meant to be played on Xbox One X.' recited from the official site of Xbox. "When I think about techniques to somehow manufacture a 4K screen like what some other consoles try to do, this is different than that".

Spencer also added that he's been focused on hardware innovation, and that the Xbox One S and One X are the great products of that work. Sony has sold more than 60 million units of its PlayStation 4, thanks to a robust games library including Uncharted 4, Horizon: Zero Dawn and Bloodborne.

  • Arturo Norris