Xbox Scorpio Reveal in Coming Weeks
A Microsoft report states that there are plans to unveil Xbox's Project Scorpio console within the coming weeks, showing off games including Red Dead Redemption 2 and more.
Microsoft's enhanced console iteration on the Xbox One, Project Scorpio, is reportedly planned to be fully revealed in the coming weeks showcasing games such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and Forza Motorsport 7. Although Microsoft's already formally announced Project Scorpio, including several technical details that will focus on the console's "True 4K" capabilities, there's still much left to be unveiled. With the Scorpio still scheduled to launch in late 2017, there's a lot more for Microsoft to show.
According to the reports, the reveal will consist of a software showcase, headlined by the official announcement of Forza Motorsport 7. However, the third-party titles will also be shown and potentially steal the show. Both Battlefront 2 and Red Dead Redemption 2, which both have been confirmed for 2017 but have yet to be shown, will be featured as part of the Xbox One's True 4K Project Scorpio line-up. The following titles in the FIFA, Madden, and Call of Duty franchises are also planned to be shown running on Scorpio in 4K. Perhaps we'll get to see the rumored Call of Duty: WW2.
Although that's a great deal of third-party showcase, Forza isn't the only first-party title planned to be shown. Other Microsoft games that will make an appearance are both Crackdown 3 and State of Decay 2. These games are reportedly listed on marketing materials provided to third-party website with an exclusive look at the Scorpio's debut. Strangely enough, Sea of Thieves isn't mentioned in the report, but considering the scope of games planned to be shown maybe there just wasn't room.
The only other new details from the report say that Project Scorpio will launch with a remarkably large library of 4K games. This is because of the several games already featuring a "change resilience" feature which uses dynamic scaling for resolution, which means that many Xbox One games won't require a patch to look better on Project Scorpio, as they will simply scale up on the console out of the box.
More info regarding Microsoft's next Xbox One and True 4K console, Project Scorpio, to arrive in the following weeks and months. Stay tuned.
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Added on 22 Sep, 2012