Project Scorpio, the new Microsoft console with virtual reality support, will have a great role at the conference on June 11, as we can see from the image of the announcement.
Microsoft he usually holds his E3 conference on Monday mornings, but this year he has moved up a day. The presentation will take place on Sunday, June 11 at 23:00 Spanish time, the same day as Bethesda. Everything indicates that all the details of Project Scorpio, as we can see in the image of the conference announcement. This new Microsoft console will be compatible with the games of Xbox One and the new model S. In the announcement of Project Scorpio, which took place at E3 last year, it was announced that it would be a console with virtual reality high quality, or at least that’s what they announced, since recently, all traces of the word virtual reality was removed from his web page. A move that could simply have been to downplay it.
We don’t know anything about HMD could carry Scorpio, or if it will be compatible with more than one, since although they are collaborating with Oculus, they are also partnering with more companies that will manufacture different viewers for the imminent arrival of the new Windows 10 update. Neither what kind of system will it use for positioning, what controllers and accessories will it have, but what we do know is that Project Scorpio with its 6 teraflops is a console capable of offering virtual reality for this first generation. So from June 11 we hope to get out of doubts in everything that concerns this new platform that will compete in the world of consoles with PlayStation VR.