Microsoft launching Project Scorpio with many one player games optimized for the console
Microsoft is preparing to revolutionize the gaming world once again. The impressive Xbox Scorpio is expected to arrive later this year, and more and more details about the console are beginning to emerge.
To start with, here’s what we know about Project Scorpio so far:
- The console will debut a new design language for Xbox.
- The Windows 10 Game Mode will also hit the Xbox Scorpio.
- The Xbox Scorpio could be released for less than $1,000.
Microsoft will be showcasing the full capabilities of the Scorpio at E3 on the 11th of June. This information was confirmed by a teaser picture released by Microsoft last month.
Project Scorpio one player games
Phil Spencer has recently revealed that “Having our one player games ready for Scorpio is critical.” This ambiguous statement has made gamers even more curious about the games that will be compatible with this console and could mean that Microsoft is planning to release a Day One Scorpio patch for all its games.
Phil Spencer also confirmed that his team will be focusing heavily on presenting these games at E3:
I want to give our games more time on stage at E3, I sometimes feel like we rush telling the story of our games at E3.
With these two statements, it’s pretty safe to state that Redmond will reveal a bevy of Scorpio titles, including first-party, third-party, and even some indie titles in June. Titles such as Crackdown 3 and Raiders of the Broken Planet are already expected to be available on the Xbox Scorpio with 4K support.
Are there any particular games you would like to play on the Xbox Scorpio? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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