Fans eagerly waiting for any news about Microsoft's Project Scorpio were finally able to see pictures of the dev kit a few weeks ago.
Fresh from last week's official announcement of the Project Scorpio's official hardware specifications, Microsoft continues to encourage discussions regarding its upcoming flagship game system
Fans of Microsoft's Xbox gaming systems have more reason to be excited as news regarding the company's Project Scorpio has steadily increased in the past weeks.
As the E3 2017 game show draws closer, fans have begun to speculate some of the features of Microsoft's Project Scorpio.
Microsoft is offering a free trial to Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners who are not yet members of their Xbox Live. The subscription-based service even offered “Rocket League” and “NBA 2K17” for a free trial last weekend.
Microsoft has reportedly posted some news via their Xbox Twitter page that further teased the unveiling of its next-generation flagship game system called Project Scorpio.
"Torment: Tides of Numenera" will now be released simultaneously on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
“Halo Wars 2” launches in full on Xbox One and Windows PC on Feb. 21, 2017.
Reports estimate that most people are probably thinking about this year's incoming "E3" event.
Free game updates announced for “Dead Rising 4”; gamers excited over new features and the game’s very first release in Germany.
Microsoft's Project Scorpio has received a ton of speculations in the past few months.
Phil Spencer has recently announced on twitter that he's really happy with the development of Project Scorpio.
Microsoft's Project Scorpio has been indentified as the most powerful console for 2017.
Arkane Austin guarantees PC Version of "Prey" will have no issues when launched.
Microsoft was reportedly making a kid-friendly "Halo" game collaboration with Mega Bloks for the Xbox 360, but the game was unexpectedly cancelled.