With Microsoft’s Project Scorpio scheduled for a launch this year, we guess many expect that the company will unveil it at E3 2017 which actually would make a perfect launch platform, or even earlier. However it seems that Xbox boss Phil Spencer isn’t too optimistic about the console being shown off before the event.
In a response to a question posed by a gamer, Spencer said (via DualShockers), “Honestly not sure yet but I know people want this.” Of course given that it’s now only January and with E3 taking place in June, there is still more time for Microsoft to have something ready before then, even if it is an early prototype.
A good example would be the Nintendo Switch in which Nintendo announced the console as the NX before launching a reveal trailer, only to share the details a few months later. We guess basically gamers just want to know what they will be able to expect in terms of features, so here’s hoping that Microsoft will have something ready by then.
In the meantime it seems that the console is powerful than we had thought, at least according to Halo boss Frank O’Connor, which safe to say isn’t helping with all the hype and anticipation surrounding it.