A teardown video of Microsoft's latest console revealed an interesting Easter egg hidden on the motherboard, featuring an image of Master Chief riding a scorpion on the top right.
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Before the Xbox One X became available for pre-order, one could be forgiven to have thought that the console was going to be a hard sell to gamers, but it would seem that this is not the case.
At E3 earlier this year, Microsoft revealed that its new console would be called the Xbox One X. But following a leak a few days ago, the Project Scorpio Edition of the console is now official.
Ahead of details about pre-orders that are to be announced this weekend, the Xbox One X: Project Scorpio Edition has leaked, showing what could be the Day One variant of Microsoft's upcoming console.
Phil Spencer took to Twitter to inform interested buyers that Microsoft's Xbox One X console is almost ready to go on pre-order. Spencer also teased that 4K TV purchases could also bundle the One X.
In the weeks leading up to its official unveiling, there was intense speculation about Project Scorpio's official name. Microsoft says it wanted to "go back to our roots as an 'X'-box team".
Days before the reveal of Xbox One X, a gaming-related trademark for a 'S' led many to believe the console may be called Scorpio. In fact, it was simply an update for the Xbox One S logo.
Microsoft's E3 briefing was a thoroughly exciting affair this year with the company showing off 42 games on stage. The ball's in Sony's court now, and it has a steep task ahead of it.
Microsoft has finally taken the wraps off its long awaited "Project Scorpio". The "most powerful console ever" is officially named as "Xbox One X", and will be available in November for $499.
A leaked Best Buy Canada newsletter may have just revealed the name of the upcoming Microsoft console, Project Scorpio. According to the leak, the console will be named 'Xbox Scorpio'.
After giving a sneak preview of Project Scorpio a year ago, Microsoft is finally set to reveal more details about its upcoming console. The event will be streamed, with many different ways to watch.
With a few hours to go until Microsoft's E3 event, it looks like screenshots of Forza Motorsport 7 have found their way online. The title is expected to be announced at the upcoming event.
The day has finally arrived when Microsoft will divulge more information about its next console, Project Scorpio. But, hours before the E3 event, a source has stated it will be priced at $499.
EA confirms that Need for Speed Payback will be available on Microsoft's upcoming Project Scorpio console as well as PlayStation 4 Pro. A Nintendo Switch version, on the other hand, is unlikely.
Microsoft is offering a $50 discount on two Xbox One S bundles until June 17, bringing the price down to $249 and $299 respectively. The move comes ahead of the Project Scorpio reveal at its E3 event.
Project Scorpio will have 12GB of GDDR5 RAM, and until now, Microsoft said 8GB of that total would be available for games. But today, it revealed that it's "unlocked" an extra gig of RAM for gaming.
Microsoft will officially unveil its new Project Scorpio console this weekend, and has been promoting the announcement with teaser videos - some of which appear to contain mysterious messages.
Alex Kipman's comments suggest that Microsoft won't show off VR experiences on its new Project Scorpio console at E3 2017 - but he also said that the company believes "console VR should be wireless".
Microsoft has released a new video which gives the public a look at its Project Scorpio dev kits. The tour has likely been put online to get enthusiasts excited for the upcoming E3 event.
With its Project Scorpio console due to be unveiled next week, Microsoft has filed a trademark application for a mysterious 'S' logo, and the documentation confirms that it's related to gaming.
In a survey for Xbox Live Rewards members, Microsoft included a question referring to the announcement at E3 2017 of the "SNES Classic Edition" - a rumored console that Nintendo hasn't yet confirmed.
Microsoft's Mike Ybarra today clarified that the company will not impose any frame rate parity restrictions on Project Scorpio games, instead letting developers choose what is best for their game.
343 Industries has confirmed that Halo 6 won't be shown off at E3 2017. However, the developer has hinted that it'll have "a little something" packed instead for the biggest gaming event of the year.
It appears that Microsoft is working on a major massively multiplayer online VR/MR game for both the PC and the console. According to a job listing, the company is looking for a senior design manager.
According to a recent Nielsen report, the upcoming console from Microsoft, code named Project Scorpio, is not very well known among gamers, but purchase intent is relatively strong.
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Microsoft today confirmed what many had already suspected, which is that the company will finally show off its upcoming Project Scorpio console at this year's E3 event, which takes place in June.
Microsoft's Project Scorpio dev kit has been revealed, with a similar design to the Xbox One S. The dev kit is even more powerful than the final console will be, and has some distinctive features.
Microsoft's upcoming console, Project Scorpio, is turning out to be a true next-generation device. The Xbox One successor will support FreeSync and HDMI 2.1 Variable Refresh, according to new reports.
Microsoft seems to be keeping its promises this time as a new video by another publication has been shown to run Forza Motorsport 6 Apex at 4K settings on the upcoming Project Scorpio.
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Today, the full specs of Microsoft's upcoming Project Scorpio console were revealed, but Mike Ybarra also went into detail regarding why the company is making the console in the first place.
At E3 2016, Microsoft announced Project Scorpio, which it described as the "most powerful console ever". Today, it shared more details on the mighty machine, ahead of its release later this year.
Ahead of its official unveiling at E3 this year, Microsoft's upcoming console is getting an exclusive reveal by Eurogamer on Thursday at 2 PM UK / 6 AM PST. The details of the reveal are unknown.
As we get closer to its official debut, information about Project Scorpio is slowly surfacing. It now appears that more details have been revealed about the developer kits and game delivery methods.
A partial list of the titles to be displayed at the "Project Scorpio" unveiling includes first party games such as Forza 7, State of Decay 2 as well as third-party titles like RDR2, and Battlefront 2.
The game retailer has praised Microsoft's upcoming console and believes that the gaming industry will witness strong growth this year thanks to newer generation consoles such as Project Scorpio.
While the main feature for Microsoft's upcoming Project Scorpio console is gaming in 4K, the device will still provide a better picture for those that are still using regular 1080p televisions.
Microsoft's upcoming Project Scorpio has now shown up in the Microsoft Store, with an option to have the Store email you when the console becomes available in the holiday 2017 season.
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