LOS ANGELES—After more than a year of anticipation, Microsoft today unveiled its Project Scorpio Xbox device here at E3 2017. Project Scorpio is now the Xbox One X, the most powerful Xbox One game console yet. At least, that’s what what preliminary analysis seems to indicate and what Microsoft promises it will be when it arrives Nov. 7 for $499.
Initially Microsoft reserved 4GB of RAM for the interface, but they’ve now got that down to 3GB meaning more RAM for games. Microsoft’s next games console is Project Scorpio, which is set to be on display at E3 next week. In the run up to that reveal, Microsoft decided to share some details about the new hardware including its spec
Developer feedback helped create a stackable development kit with 24GB of RAM, a front-mounted display, and five programmable buttons. In order for a new games console to have launch day games, developers need access to the console hardware well in advance. These development kits typically take the form of PCs, which then iteratively get updated until they match the hardware
While we already know a lot about the next-generation console’s specs, but we’ll have to wait until June to learn more details. Microsoft plans to officially announce Project Scorpio, the company’s newest Xbox console, at the E3 convention in June. “We designed Project Scorpio to be the best console to play the
The first of the series, dubbed the Xbox Wireless Controller – Recon Tech Special Edition, will be available worldwide starting April 25 for $69.99. Microsoft is gearing up for the release of Project Scorpio later this year with some new Xbox accessories. The company plans to launch a new “Tech Series” of Xbox