E3 2017: Xbox One X releasing in November

Xbox One X will launch worldwide on November 7th.

Microsoft’s new console was announced immediately at their E3 2017 briefing. Over 3 years of engineering was put into the console, previously known as Project Scorpio.

All current Xbox One games will work on the new console, and according to Xbox, gamers won’t need to invest in a 4K television to enjoy all the graphical benefits.

Microsoft didn’t utter the phrase “next generation” when revealing the Xbox One X – instead insisting that the console will work alongside existing versions of the Xbox One.

A total of 42 games were shown off – 22 of which exclusive to Xbox.

 

 

E3 2017 Conferences LIVE on The Real Michael Pulman

The two big conferences by Microsoft and Sony will be live-blogged right here on The Real Michael Pulman on Monday June 12th and Tuesday June 13th.

Microsoft will be providing more detail on the Xbox Scorpio, and a price is also set to be revealed alongside a release date. But perhaps the bigger question is about the games – just what will Microsoft bring to the party?

Rumors have been rife that Naughty Dog will close out Sony’s E3 conference with some gameplay footage of The Last Of Us: Part II. But could there be more coming? Expect a release date for Days Gone and the new God of War.

Microsoft’s E3 Conference: Monday June 12th @ 9.00am 

Sony’s E3 Conference: Tuesday June 13th @ 1.00pm 

Following the conferences – there will also be a full reaction podcast to be uploaded onto the site shortly after.

Xbox Scorpio is already beating PS4 Pro

Microsoft Scorpio is an impressive system, but could it be the next-gen console it has the timing to be?

We are in the middle of a big change to the console gaming space, and it is Sony that has suddenly become the big loser. With the big push toward 4K gaming, both Sony and Microsoft are releasing ‘more powerful’ versions of the PS4 and Xbox One.

Starting with the PS4 Pro, Sony will be the first to drop their upgrade this November, and yes, it will be more expensive than the existing consoles currently on the market. Continue reading Xbox Scorpio is already beating PS4 Pro