Microsoft confirmed quite a long time back that it’s working on a more powerful Xbox console under the codename Project Scorpio. Not much has been confirmed about the powerful console at this point in time but we expect the company to share more details about it in the coming months. Even though the official announcement hasn’t been made yet, the pre-order Project Scorpio page has gone up on the Microsoft Store, but there’s a caveat.

The pre-order Project Scorpio page is now live on the Microsoft Store but it’s basically useless right now but it only offers information that we already know about the console and doesn’t allow us to place a pre-order.

It’s merely a placeholder listing. The pre-order Project Scorpio page lists some details that we already know about this console such as the promised 6 teraflops of graphical processing power, 4K gaming and high-fidelity virtual reality support, and the fact that it’s going to be compatible with all Xbox One games and accessories.

While the listing doesn’t allow you to actually place a pre-order for Project Scorpio, you can share your email with the company to sign up for updates as and when it decided to send out more information.

Microsoft has confirmed when Project Scorpio is going to be officially unveiled, an announcement will be made at the upcoming E3 2017 conference in June.

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