Microsoft apparently used Forza Motorsport 7, which hasn't yet been officially announced, to showcase the power of the upcoming console.
But so too will many other games, including Crackdown 3, State Of Decay 2, Star Wars: Battlefront II, Red Dead Redemption 2, and the new Call Of Duty, FIFA, and Madden sequels.
It's assumed to be the centrepiece of their E3 event in June, but rumours point towards Microsoft giving the Project Scorpio console its first public debut this week.
That said, we're still unsure exactly what Microsoft is planning, so the company could surprise us come E3 2017.Читайте также: Tillerson, Turkish leaders struggle to resolve Kurds dispute
It seems we might not have to wait until E3 to get the full Xbox Project Scorpio reveal, specs and all. Would fans be more interested in an upgradable console enough to select Scorpio over an already highly customizable PC? This should give Project Scorpio the content it needs to be a worthy purchase proposition as soon as it goes on sale in the during the holiday season of 2017.
GameRant reports, however, that the console could also see two third-party games steal the limelight from "Forza Motorsport 7". With the announcements of PS4 Pro, as said, and Project Scorpio, it seems we're going through a model much more similar to the smartphone/tablet world, where platform holders release new models each year or couple years.
Meanwhile, "Star Wars: Battlefront 2" and "Red Dead Redemption 2" are also reportedly coming to the new Scorpio.
If the rumors are true, then people will finally be able to know what's really inside the Xbox Project Scorpio console. Games, which have not been optimized at least up to ESRAM levels, will not be allowed on Project Scorpio, though all Project Scorpio titles will be available for Xbox One.
Microsoft has not commented on all of this just yet so take it with a grain of salt.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.