Console Gaming Nes: “The Most Powerful Console Ever Made” Justifies Pricing
Microsoft's latest and upcoming Project Scorpio system is now being dabbed as "The most powerful console ever made". The head of Xbox, Phil Spencer discussed in an interview that they are targeting the audience who wants a high-end experience.
"We have not announced the pricing yet, but I want to make sure that the investment we are putting into the product of Scorpio meets the demands of the higher-end consumer and that will be a higher price."
Though did not revealed the exact price, he shared that it will probably cost more than the Xbox One S. "Scorpio will be a premium console. It will cost more than S, obviously, that's how we are building it."
In line with this, the business executive cleared that this project will not replace its predecessor Xbox one. The console will more likely to continue to exist alongside with the system and will support the Project Scorpio with its games and accessories.
Xbox Ones S is expected to be Microsoft's most inexpensive and affordable console next year as what Spencer mentioned in his recent interview. It will probably just focus on the general gaming audience and is entitled to give an enjoyable and desirable experience possible at that price level. With this, the probability that the company will decrease the price of the new Xbox One S once Xbox Scorpio is out in the market is very high.
Aaron Greenberg, one of the head of Microsoft, attended the recently concluded Xbox FanFest event in Mexico City last November 11-13, he appealed that it has a capability to render game in a way "we've never seen before on console."
"This will really bring the most powerful console you've ever seen. It will bring these really true 4K, really incredible visual games that we've never seen before on the console." He says.
Microsoft is set to officially unveil the Xbox Scorpio console with its price during the holiday next year.
Watch Phil Spencer Interview Below:
See Now: 'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Gets Preview Special on AMC