Microsoft’s Project Scorpio Name Officially Revealed – Here’s What it Looks Like (VIDEO)
Microsoft’s E3 presentation is finally upon us and it started with a bang. The opening video showed resolutions throughout the years, which all lead up to today’s 4K capabilities. Coincidentaly, Project Scorpio has been hyped in recent months to provide gamers with such a resolution, even being touted as the most power console to date. With the system’s specs having already been released, nobody was disputing that claim. However, that is about all that has been known. Today, that changes. The Project Scorpio name has officially been revealed. Everyone, please meet Xbox One X:
Expected to release this holiday season, the Xbox One X packs quite the punch. Although it will be the most powerful console ever made, it will also be the smallest Xbox to date. That is rather impressive, but it should come as no surprise in this day and age. It’s all about fitting the most powerful technology into the smallest package possible.
Not only do we get the Scorpio name, but we also receive a great idea at what the final form is. It’s reminiscent of the Xbox One and One S, but without the line going straight across it for the disc drive. Instead, they have lowered it to the seam that separates the top and bottom portions, with everything else seemingly appearing the same. Why change it if it works, right? Stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for more on the now-called Xbox One X as news flows out of E3.
It would also appear that Geoff Keighley’s tweets from earlier today were correct – Xbox One X will be available for $499 upon launch. Speaking of being released, the most powerful console ever made is set to hit stores on November 7. Happy gaming!
What say you, gamers? How do you feel about the Scorpio name? Is Xbox One X a little too cliche, or did Microsoft hit the nail on the head? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below, and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7.
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.