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    Project Scorpio shows up in the Microsoft Store, but you can't buy it yet

    At E3 last year, Microsoft announced Project Scorpio, which it says is the most powerful console ever, capable of supporting true 4K gaming. Little is still known about the device, and we'll likely hear more about it at this year's event. But today, Project Scorpio has shown up on the Microsoft...
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    Xbox E3 2017 Briefing Date Confirmed With Project Scorpio Teaser

    Microsoft today announced the day and time of its E3 2017 briefing--and it's not the same schedule as last year. The Xbox show will be held Sunday, June 11, starting at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET. Historically, the Xbox briefing is held on the Monday of E3 week, in the morning. Though the day is...
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    Xbox Boss "Really Happy" With How Project Scorpio Is Coming Together

    2017 is poised to be a big year for Microsoft and the Xbox brand. This holiday, the company will launch the mega-powerful Xbox console, Project Scorpio. Now, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has provided something of an update about how development is coming along for the system. Responding to someone on...
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    Xbox One Scorpio will be priced like "a premium console", Xbox boss says

    Microsoft expects people to pay good money for Xbox One Scorpio, but not any kind of sum you haven't seen before. Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, told about the upcoming 4K, performance-enhanced console, and how Microsoft plans to position what it's calling "the most powerful console...
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    Gears of War 4 in 4K gives a glimpse of possible Xbox Scorpio visuals

    Gears of War 4 will be launching October 11 simultaneously on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC, with the PC version obviously able to pump up the visuals beyond what the Xbox One is capable of. In the video below you can check out Gears of War 4 running at 4K on a Windows 10 PC powered by an Nvidia...
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    The New Xbox One - Project Scorpio

    Microsoft announces the next Xbox, Project Scorpio Microsoft has announced Project Scorpio, the next Xbox console. During its E3 2016 briefing, head of Xbox Phil Spencer said he believes it will be the most powerful console ever. The announcement featured a number of developers like Bethesda...