Talking about Project Scorpio on Twitter, Phil Spencer stated Microsoft is not making a step back in regards to the statement that the console would be featuring a whopping 6 teraflops raw power. Recent rumors were indeed revealing there was some controversial chatter about reducing that raw power to 5 teraflops in order to keep prices as low as possible.
On top of that, with the usual tweet, Spencer revealed the company has lots of trust and faith in what’s next in 2017 – what a year it is going to be for Xbox, with a new console and interesting exclusive titles to come. Here’s what the Xbox Head is reporting as of now, stating he looks forward into being at E3 and discussing plans for the brand.
“Looking forward to E3. We build our Xbox plans for Xbox customers, not in response to others. I think 2017 will be a good year,” he commented, letting somehow us know that, for example, Project Scorpio’s price is not to be determined by what Sony did with PS4 Pro, nor this is happening when it comes to specs.
Good news, after all. Hoping that Scorpio’s won’t be priced higher than $399.
@XboxWhats Looking forward to E3. We build our Xbox plans for Xbox customers, not in response to others. I think 2017 will be a good year.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) December 12, 2016