Xbox Scorpio was first revealed to the world at E3 2016, shown off by Microsoft as the company attempted to gain a foothold in the modern race for native 4K gaming.
The reveal happened before the release of Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro, a machine which provides a combination of native and upscaled 4K gaming. In this article we’ll have a look at what Xbox Scorpio is set to deliver to the gaming world and speculate (perhaps wildly) about the successes it may or may not have. We’ll also regularly update this page to make sure it’s up to date with the latest information on Xbox Scorpio, including Xbox Scorpio release date and Xbox Scorpio Price
Xbox One Scorpio is Xbox One X – Xbox One X Releasing November 7, 2017, $499
Xbox One X was revealed at Microsoft’s E3 presentation, finally giving a proper name to the Xbox Scorpio. The console can be seen in the image below.
Games confirmed to get updated to run in 4K from Microsoft and third parties include Forza Horizon 3, Gears of War 4, Resident Evil 7, Skyrim Special Edition, Final Fantasy XV, Rocket League, and Ghost Recon Wildlands. The total list of games confirmed to get updates is over 30.
On top of this, a newsletter went out today from Best Buy, that used the image below, perhaps revealing the ‘Scorpio’ moniker as the actual name of the next Xbox console. This is unconfirmed for now however, and we’ll have the official word from Microsoft later today.
source : http://www.usgamer.net/articles/11-06-2017-xbox-scorpio-everything-we-know-release-date-price-spec