Many fans will know by now that Microsoft will spearhead this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. The much hyped next generation console, Project Scorpio, is rumored to take the center stage during the said event. Furthermore, there are also rumors that the Microsoft will start the pro-order period for the console shortly after the event.
According to Digitimes, Pegatron is currently manufacturing the Project Scorpio console. The company is also expecting to see massive orders from Microsoft for the console in the second half of the year.
Big E3 reveal
This report just adds to the current rumor that Microsoft’s upcoming console will enter pre-order stage much earlier than initially planned. Furthermore, the software giant already confirmed the appearance of the console during the upcoming E3 event.
Many fans have been expecting to get their hands on the Project Scorpio ever since it was first announced. Even though Microsoft was very clear that it will get released later in the year. The upcoming console is said to be the most powerful one to come out in the market. It boasts a compute power of six trillion floating point calculations per second. Furthermore, it is also capable of 4K gaming.
Project Scorpio game titles
At the moment, the Xbox design team is concentrating on providing single player games for the Project Console. Design lead Phil Spencer has been conducting a series of meetings with Japanese game developers. He did mentioned that the studios he met with are very much interested in developing games for the Project Scorpio. This, perhaps, is something that Xbox fans can be excited about.
For now, Microsoft is still mum about the actual official release of the Project Scorpio. As mentioned earlier, the company will officially unveil the console this June in Los Angeles. Also, Microsoft has not disclosed how much the console will be. However, knowing that it will be better in performance than the Xbox One, it could be given a premium price. It is not a surprise if Project Scorpio is priced more than Sony’s PS4 Pro. For more updates on the Project Scorpio, be sure to check us out at TheBitbag.