As an unabashed fan of Xbox One, I'm looking forward to tonight's "Project Scorpio" reveal. And like any Xbox fan, I have some expectations.
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Tech enthusiasts have uncovered secret messages in a set of Microsoft teaser videos that may hint at the release date for the Xbox "Project Scorpio" console. Plus some other clues. Maybe.
We already knew that Xbox "Project Scorpio" wasn't getting any VR capabilities in 2017, but now we also know that Microsoft won't be previewing its VR work at E3 next week either.
Microsoft today said that it would formally unveilits upcoming Xbox console, codenamed "Project Scorpio", at the E3 trade show in June.
In a stunning reveal, Microsoft's new Xbox "Project Scorpio" was evaluated by an independent outside party and found to significantly outperform Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro.
Microsoft is set to launch a true second-generation Xbox One console this year. It's critical that they get everything right this time.
When Microsoft announced Project Scorpio, it said the console would support VR, but it provided no details. This week, however, we received a nice hint.
Microsoft today revealed how it plans to deliver the first mixed reality hardware to developers. And in 2018, it is bringing mixed reality to Xbox "Project Scorpio" as well.
This year I've spent a lot of time in the PlayStation camp in order to understand how this platform compares. But I'm sticking with Xbox.
As expected, Microsoft announced two new consoles today, the cost-reduced Xbox One S and, more dramatically, the next-generation Xbox "Project Scorpio," which won't ship until late 2017. Here's a quick peek at what we know now.
At E3 today, Microsoft pulled back the curtains on its next generation Xbox, currently called project Scorpio, that supports 4k gaming and VR.