Microsoft Teases Project Scorpio, Coming Holiday 2017

Microsoft Teases Project Scorpio, Coming Holiday 2017

Microsoft went out with a bang at their E3 Conference today when they announced Project Scorpio, the more-powerful Xbox One. Despite the fact that the console technically leaked weeks ago, seeing Microsoft's presentation was still such an exciting event. 

Though the console wasn't shown in its entirety, glimpses of it were displayed and it looked sleek and high-tech. A video (which you can see below) was shown and featured developers, including Todd Howard, discussing their excitement for a more powerful platform to develop for.

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The console will have six teraflops of processing power and be able to render games at 60Hz. Phil Spencer confirmed that all Xbox One games will work across all Xbox One platforms as well as accessories.

The console is slated for a Holiday 2017 release.

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