Microsoft challenges Sony with powerful new Xbox One X

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A few days ago, an article was published with an in-depth study of how Xbox One owners used their consoles. And it's going to be a longggggg presentation.

The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo - or E3 for short - is set to descend on Los Angeles Convention Center, filling it with gaming geeks, software developers, and multi-million dollar video-games.

This year's E3 will be the first since Nintendo released its much admired Switch console. Tickets were priced at a whopping $249, and all 15,000 public passes sold out last month.

E3 season is obviously a great time for video game news, but this year it's also a time to grab some fantastic savings.

Good news is that the new Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 will be supported on the old generation consoles too like Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PlayStation 3 which has left Federation Internationale de Football Association fans a bit disappointment when they heard there will be no story mode on the old generation consoles.

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A range of hugely popular sequels are also expected to be among the key announcements - including Red Dead Redemption 2, The Last of Us Part 2, Far Cry 5 and Star Wars Battlefront 2. We should also get a good look at what games Microsoft plans to release along with it These should include the likes of Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3, and Sea of Thieves.

Given that Microsoft will, as usual, be a major player in this year's E3 2017 when it takes the stage later today, it was always a safe bet that the long speculative period regarding Project Scorpio's price would finally come to an end.

They claim it's the most powerful console in the world, ever.

Gamers have gathered hints found on several Microsoft Project Scorpio E3 2017 Teaser Trailers, which evidently reveal its official name, price, and release date. The arrival of Xbox Scorpio can be a game-changer in terms of visual performance as Microsoft is using 11 gigabytes for memory to support 4K resolution, even leaving enough room for other visual improvements.

"We're extremely excited to announce that, for the first time, our briefing will be broadcast in 4K!"

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