Microsoft confirmed last year that it’s working on a new Xbox console codenamed Project Scorpio. The company hasn’t confirmed much about the console at this point in time but more information about its internal specifications was confirmed recently. It hadn’t announced previously when the Project Scorpio Xbox would properly be unveiled and it has ended that confusion today.
Many had previously expected that Microsoft is going to conduct a separate ahead prior to the E3 2017 gaming convention to finally tell us what Project Scorpio is really going to be called and what its designed is going to be. However, that’s not going to be the case.
The head of Xbox at Microsoft Phil Spencer today confirmed in a blog post that the company is going to unveil Project Scorpio and the amazing game experiences that it enables due to its superior performance at the E3 2017 gaming convention this June.
Microsoft recently revealed some more information about Project Scorpio’s internal specifications by providing an exclusive to a gaming news outlet that got to see the new console in action. Microsoft hasn’t exactly shown off what the new console is going to look like and it’s finally going to do that at the E3 2017 convention.
Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference is going to take place on June 11th at 2 PM PT. Microsoft is likely going to confirm the name, the design, and most likely the price of the most powerful Xbox it has ever built at E3 2017.
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