The list extends to cover a number of titles developed outside of Microsoft Studios, indicating who Microsoft's key partners may be during the lead up to the release of Project Scorpio. One of the anticipated features of the new console will be 4K supersampling, which will allow games to scale all the way up to 4K resolution which will also give image quality improvements on 1080p displays.
Since the beginning of 2017, things haven't been going well for the Xbox brand, and this has a lot to do with the lack of quality video games. Microsoft announced Project Scropio at last year's E3, and is now expected to hold a 4K Briefing at E3 2017. This falls in line with the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative, where gamers can play games on any device with a single purchase.
Regardless, the Xbox Scorpio will be forward compatible. Naturally, this piece of news got everybody excited.
"Red Dead Redemption 2", "Forza Motorsport 7", "Star Wars Battlefront II" and "FIFA 18" are among the games meant to demonstrate Project Scorpio's capabilities. Phil Spencer has assured fans that all the Xbox One games would run smoothly on Project Scorpio. It will be interesting to see if there's a rundown of how the console is performing, especially considering that a power and performance enhancing update will be hitting Project Scorpio's developer kit in June.More news: Obama aide denies using intel to spy on Trump advisers
MediaMarkt were then sent an email to discuss the apparent launch date and the retailer said that the date was given to them by the game's distributor.
It looks like the industry is coming across a different road now, though.
Whether or not the system will achieve the 6 teraflops and 8 CPU core promise, Corden says it will. It will offer native 4K gaming and high-fidelity virtual reality support.
No more 720p recording, but instead, Microsoft is pushing for complete 4K. No one expected Red Dead Redemption 2 to appear in Project Scorpio's third-party line-up, but it is doing wonders for players' confidence to the console.