Those who own base Xbox One, or even the Xbox One S, may not be at risk of losing out on any big games, but may still be feeling a little nervous over where Microsoft's attentions will lie in the future.
Open-world RPG developer giant, Bethesda, has confirmed that Fallout 4 and Skyrim will receive a patch to support the Xbox Scorpio. Users will be able to choose a custom gamer pic directly from the console, a Windows 10 PC, or a smartphone, so you'll have plenty of avenues for picking the image you want.
It will never be too late to get an Xbox One S or even the original Xbox One even if Project Scorpio is nearly here.
E3 2017 will be the place the Xbox Scorpio is fully unveiled, although Microsoft has hinted that they make look to offer a few teasers before June.
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The Premium console Xbox Scorpio Brings yet another fantastic news about the new games.
If you've been waiting for a time to pick up an Xbox One console, the time may be now.
While this might not come as much surprise to fans, more was also revealed about the Scorpio's potential 4K abilities.
"It will also leverage HEVC for encoding 2160p, 60 frame-per-second (FPS) video for Game DVR and streaming". The newer console only sports prettier graphics and faster frame rates, but if this isn't exactly your thing and as long as you could play a decent 1080p experience with no ludicrous dips in framerate, Xbox One variants can get the job done and more. But, there's more in the folds about the new Xbox Scorpio and its dynamic 4K abilities. This means that the new Xbox Scorpio will be offering not only the Native 4K gaming but the 4K console features as well.