Forza Motorsport 7 to 'showcase what Project Scorpio is capable of'

Randall Craig
April 4, 2017

Xbox One was followed by Xbox One S last year, this year it'll be Project Scorpio, next year. who knows. A noteworthy gaming outlet as of late approached Microsoft to investigate Project Scorpio's specs, before the scheduled revealing of one of the most awaited gadgets for gamers.

After almost a year of waiting, it looks like Project Scorpio news is right around the corner.

While signs pointing towards a Scorpio showcase do seem legitimate enough, we've recently heard that Battlefront 2 is set to be revealed at Star Wars Celebration, which casts some doubt over it being shown in a Scorpio showcase this week. When asked on Twitter if he thought such a thing would be a possibility, Phil Spencer replied that "The idea that users will open up a console and change compute components inside seems like a stretch to me".

Other Microsoft-exclusive titles named are "Crackdown 3", which builds on a popular franchise featuring super-powered police officers and, in this iteration, destructible city architecture, and zombie survival scenario "State of Decay 2", whose predecessor was a hit on Xbox 360 and Windows PC.

After a slew of rumors over the weekend, to do with what games will be on the Scorpio (namely Forza Horizon 7), and that the dev kit is already out for the console. Microsoft reportedly will reveal "Forza Motorsport 7" to be the headline title for the device which rumored to unveil this week.


Xbox "Project Scorpio" is also expected to run at 6 teraflops also picking up 12GB of DDR5 memory.

With Project Scorpio scheduled to launch this holiday, there are still many unanswered questions about the console. Check out more news about the Xbox Project Scorpio in the video below.

"The list includes some fairly obvious games, such as "Call of Duty", FIFA, and Madden, but also Battlefront 2, and Red Dead Redemption 2".

We'll see what happens with the announcements come later this week.

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