Xbox Scorpio Will Be Featured In Microsoft Xbox 2017 E3 Event, Xbox Fan Fest Also Announced

17 February 2017, 9:09 am EST By JP Mobile & Apps

Microsoft Xbox has just made its biggest Project Scorpio announcement since last year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. It seems that what began in 2016 E3 will end in E3 2017 as the video game company is speculated to finally unveil the Xbox Scorpio.

The video game console tagged by Microsoft Xbox as the most powerful game console ever built was first teased during the Xbox 2016 E3 Press Conference. Since then, official details about the Xbox Scorpio have been scarce and the only source of official Project Scorpio information is Phil Spencer's twitter page.

After months of being tight-lipped on the matter, Microsoft Xbox may finally be ready to make the Xbox Scorpio big reveal. The video game company has just announced that its E3 Press Conference will be held on June 11 Sunday.  

This is the first time that the company's E3 event is held on a Sunday as Xbox usually schedules its E3 Press conference on a Monday. The Xbox 2017 E3 Press Event will start at 2 PM PT.

Microsoft Xbox also teased the video game community of what they can expect in the upcoming press conference. The 2017 E3 twitter invite sent by the company has the Xbox Scorpio 4K clip image as its background.

Aside from the possible Xbox Scorpio release, the video game company will also its Xbox Fan Fest to 2017 E3. This has been announced by Xbox marketing manager Aaron Greenberg via his official twitter page.

The video game community-focused gathering will be the best way to release the Xbox Scorpio. The Xbox Fan Fest celebrates fans of the video game console as well as its game.

More details about the Xbox Scorpio E3 2017 release are expected to be released by the video game company. For now, Microsoft Xbox has told the video game community to "Brace for big news."

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