Microsoft will unveil more Project Scorpio details at E3, stay tuned
Microsoft will officially unveil the Xbox Project Scorpio console at E3 2017. The company has finally confirmed the fact that it’s going to reveal more details about its long-awaited Xbox console bearing the codename “Project Scorpio” at the trade show E3, this year in June.
On the other hand, this means that the upcoming Windows 10/hardware event that will take place in May won’t reveal too many juicy details about Project Scorpio, as it was previously speculated. But this might not be a bad thing. Any details about the new console might undermine the event’s major focus, which is education, and the upcoming new pieces of hardware that the company is planning to announce.
Project Scorpio at E3
Some gamers feel that discussing hardware or education at an E3 show is not appropriate somehow, as the event should only be focusing on gaming. E3, aka the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is indeed a video game industry event, and the primary attraction are the novelties from hardware manufacturers. So, it is pretty obvious that the E3 is the right and perfect place where Microsoft should reveal more details about Project Scorpio.
Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s Head of Xbox, said that the Project Scorpio will be the best console to play all blockbuster multiplatform games from Microsoft’s partners. He also confirmed that the company would unveil more information about Project Scorpio and the amazing gaming experience it will provide at E3 this June.
So, gamers, relax — Microsoft will reveal a bevy of interesting and amazing things in June. As a quick reminder, the Redmond giant will host the E3 show on Sunday, June 11 – a new day and time for this annual event. Save the day and stay tuned!
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