May 15, 2021 | Updated: 08:45 AM EDT

Microsoft’s Xbox Project Scorpio: Its Features & Debut On Annual E3 2017 Revealed

Apr 18, 2017 03:14 AM EDT

The world's most powerful console ever created, to date, is expected to hit the technophiles crazy by storm this coming June 2017 as Xbox head revealed the date of its upcoming debut. Game console fans all over the world are already drooling for its purported state-of-the-art features such as its Scorpio engine, the very first vapor chamber and its Hovis method, to name a few. With its compatibility with Xbox One games and zero exclusive offers, the official launching of this gaming device is really something to watch out for.

According to Xbox official blog site, the company head Phil Spencer officially announced that the latest console will debut during the annual E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) this coming June 11th, 2017. Spencer also unveiled how his Team Xbox put gamers at the center of everything they have in mind. He mentioned how they have designed their goal of building not only the very first true 4K console but also the world's most powerful console development platform, including the Xbox One Development Kit. Moreover, their team has purportedly bridged the gap by means of uniting PC and console players through Xbox Live and Beam. The former being the fastest, most reliable multiplayer network; while the latter being the next-gen streaming service.

A further report from BGR conveys how Microsoft teamed up with Eurogamer to share the new details about the latest upgraded iteration. Accordingly, the latest console will provide a more improved gaming experience for the device, either old or new one. Games will be playable on older versions; however, ultimate performance will be strikingly obvious on Scorpio. In addition to this, Xbox reveals that Project Scorpio is sported by 6 Teraflop Graphical Processing Unit and 2.3 GHz Custom CPU with true 4K gaming, plus memories showcasing 1TB HDD Storage, 12 GB GDDR5 Memory and a 326 GB Memory Bandwidth.

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