[embedded content] It’s the second day of press conferences and this time, it’s Microsoft’s turn. While we won’t be reporting on everything Microsoft announces, expect us to post and talk about the Project Scorpio, multi-platform games that has exclusive Microsoft marketing rights, and anything that’s somehow connected to PlayStation. The Microsoft E3 2017 press conference will commence at 2 p.m. PDT/5 p.m. EDT today, and will bring with it the official unveiling of Microsoft’s PlayStation Pro killer, Project Scorpio. Needless to say, this is a must-watch presser even for non-Xbox fans just to see what Microsoft has in store for 2017 and beyond (oh, and BioWare’s Anthem will be there!). Will it be the console to finally topple the PS4’s stranglehold this gen? Let’s tune in to find out! After Microsoft’s press conference is done, Bethesda will then take the stage later at 9 p.m. PDT/12 mn EDT. Overlapping with Bethesda’s press conference will be Devolver Digital’s, which will happen at 10 p.m. PDT/1 a.m. EDT. The rest of the press conference schedule for the week: Ubisoft June 12 – 1.00PM PT/4.00PM ET Sony June 12 – 6.00PM PT/9.00PM ET Nintendo June 13 – 9.00AM PT/12.00PM ET Don’t forget that…
Microsoft is about to kickstart its E3 2017 with its Xbox press conference, in which we’ll see the unveiling of Project Scorpio and more. …Read More The post Watch Microsoft’s E3 2017 Press Conference Livestream Right Here by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
There’s only a few hours left until the start of Microsoft’s E3 press conference but it looks like the final name and price of Microsoft’s highly-anticipated new console have already been leaked beforehand. Microsoft’s new console has held the moniker of “Project Scorpio” since it was first announced last year and the company might have decided to stick with that for its final name as an image included in a Best Buy Canada newsletter reveals the branding “Xbox Scorpio,” which looks to be the final name of the new console. Additionally, producer Geoff Keighley has recently gone on Twitter to claim that the price of Scorpio will be $499. I can now say with confidence Project Scorpio is $499. Unless something changes today, that is what will be announced. — Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) June 11, 2017 A $499 price tag sounds to be a bit too steep for a mid-generation console, given that Sony’s PS4 Pro was launched with a price tag of only $399. We’ll just have to wait if the leaked final name and price are accurate when Microsoft officially unveils Scorpio in a few hours. [Source: Best Buy Canada via IGN, Geoff Keighley (Twitter)] READ FULL STORY…
In a possibly predictable turn of events, Project Scorpio might actually retain its code name. …Read More The post Report: Project Scorpio Might Actually Be Named Xbox Scorpio by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
You won’t have to wait long to know everything there is to know about Microsoft’s Project Scorpio. …Read More The post Project Scorpio Will Be Revealed at the Beginning of Microsoft’s E3 2017 Press Conference by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Geoff Keighley says “with confidence” that Microsoft’s Project Scorpio will cost $499. …Read More The post Project Scorpio Will Cost $499 According to Geoff Keighley by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Electronic Arts talked about Project Scorpio, sharing some beautiful and ultra-detailed images of Madden NFL 18 running on Microsoft’s new console. …Read More The post EA: Project Scorpio Is a Powerful Platform that Is Coming at the Right Time; Shows Gorgeous Images [UPDATED] by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
With its E3 press conference only a few days away, Microsoft has released a couple of teasers for the event and the expected launch of its Project Scorpio console. And while the teasers, entitled “Feel True Power,” are incredibly short, they may actually contain a couple of hidden messages. Twitter User XboxIngame has pointed out that in one of the teasers during the scene with the Ferris wheel (seen above), a “6>4” can be spotted written on one of the tents. This is presumably poking fun at the comparison between the Scorpio’s supposed 6 TFLOPS of power and the PS4 Pro’s 4.12 TFLOPS. Another hidden message, pointed out by Windows Central, in a scene showing a cheering crowd, a barely visible message reading “X10S101-317” can be seen. While the string could potentially mean anything, the “X10S” could be referring to the Scorpio console while the remaining numbers “101317” could be hinting at a possible release date of October 13, 2017. It must be noted though that these are all just speculation and the supposed hidden messages could very well mean nothing. We’ll just have to wait and see what Microsoft has up their sleeve at their conference on READ FULL…
It’s unfortunate that Warner Bros. has moved Middle-Earth: Shadow of War‘s release from August to October. Each trailer released for the upcoming game looks better than the last and makes the wait much more excruciating. This latest video focuses on the story players will get to experience. We’ve been told that this new original tale will be very epic and the trailer seems to corroborate that. Instead of pursuing Sauron’s subordinates, protagonist Talion has his sights set on the Dark Lord himself. Along with Celebrimbor who has bonded with him thanks to the New Ring, Talion will gather armies to take down Mordor’s ruler and bring peace to all of Middle-Earth. [embedded content] “Set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Middle-earth: Shadow of War is an open-world action RPG that continues the original narrative of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor,” reads the press release. “Players will be engrossed in a richer, more personal and expansive world full of epic heroes and villains, iconic locations, original enemy types, more personalities and a new cast of characters with untold stories.” The game is largely set within Mordor, but it will also let READ FULL STORY AT GEEK!
Welcome to the latest edition of the DualShockers insta-forum, where we ask our community topical questions about what’s going on in the gaming world. We want to know what you, the readers, think! …Read More The post Insta-Forum: What Are Your ‘Dreams’ for E3 2017? by Joel Taveras appeared first on DualShockers.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War from publisher Warner Bros. and developer Monolith Productions has been delayed out of August to October 10th, where it will launch on PS4, PC, Xbox One, PS4 Pro, and Project Scorpio. …Read More The post Middle-earth: Shadow of War Delayed to October 10th by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Slightly Mad Studios confirms the Scorpio version of its games will not be held back whatsoever. …Read More The post Project CARS Developer Won’t Hold Back on Scorpio Enhancements Because of PS4 Pro by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Microsoft’s Project Scorpio launches this fall, and Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox, is confident that developers will be able to take advantage of the new hardware with their games releasing this year. In response to someone who asked if games like Destiny 2 and Call of Duty: WWII will look better on Xbox Scorpio, Spencer said: @XtremeGaming22 I’m very confident, from what we are seeing and hearing, Scorpio will be the very best console version of games this year.. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) May 23, 2017 Project Scorpio is set to be fully unveiled at E3 2017. Until it’s released, it looks like Sony will continue to tout the PlayStation 4 Pro as the world’s most powerful console: [embedded content] Asked if he was concerned about all the marketing deals Sony has with third-party games, Spencer said, “It’s all just business. We have a long term vision for Xbox and we are building towards that. Marketing deals are great but not the strategy.” He then added: @BeastFireTimdog Build around gamers and games. Create the best place to play, respect the players, focus on devs, build innovate 1P games — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) May 23, 2017 Today also saw READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
During an event today in Los Angeles, Bungie gave us all a first look at gameplay from Destiny 2. The hour-long presentation focused on the game’s multiplayer modes, and most importantly, its brand-new single player campaign. Destiny 2 will have players new and old start from scratch. As they progress through the game, they will become more powerful and regain what was lost. Loss is one of the central focuses of the campaign. Players will not only lose their powers but their city. This is all due to the new baddie, Commander Ghaul, and his Red Legion. The game will have new PVP modes, strikes, and a new raid. It will also have three weapon slots instead of two. This will allow players a higher degree of customization with their load outs. Each of the three available player types will have new classes. These include the Dawnblade for Warlocks, a Captain America-esque shield for Titans, and the Arcslider electric staff for Hunters. And there will, of course, be new guns to shoot aliens in the face with. [embedded content] Users will face off against the aforementioned aliens on Earth, IO, Titan, and Nessus. Destiny players will be happy to know…