Xbox division head Phil Spencer has said he wants to reveal Microsoft's high-end Project Scorpio console before E3 2017 in June, and now we have the first storefront listing opening up on the MS Store. This means we could see a special Xbox event being held sometime in April or May ahead of E3, with Microsoft focusing solely on Project Scorpio and Xbox games during the June showcase. Of course there's no price tag on the Project Scorpio pre-order listing, but it does indicate a reveal is on the way.
Microsoft has confirmed that Project Scorpio's 6TFLOPs GPU will enable native 4K gaming, which will make it the world's most powerful games console. Although the system will outright eclipse the Xbox One and Xbox One S models, it will be fully compatible with all Xbox games accessories and likely feature 4K HDR and 1080p 60FPS+ enhancements for existing first-party Xbox titles. As for the exact hardware, we know Project Scorpio will rock an 8-core CPU, likely built on AMD's advanced new Ryzen CPU architecture complimented with a scaled Polaris GPU on the same 14nm SoC.