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Microsoft Opens Pre-Orders for Xbox One X w/ Special Project Scorpio Design

Announced at gamescom 2017, Microsoft has opened pre-orders for its Xbox One X gaming console. The device was originally introduced in June during E3 where the company dubbed it the “most powerful console ever made.” So far, it’s been able to retain that title, so let’s hope it does so come November 7th when it goes on sale.

For those who pre-order the console, Microsoft will give you a special Project Scorpio edition of the Xbox One X. The special design is basically an ode to fans of the Project Scorpio name which is printed on both the console and its controller. There’s also a special gradient backsplash that should stand out amongst other Xbox One X units that’ll hit the market. Other than these changes, everything else about the device remains the same including the specs and price of $499.

Pre-orders for the Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition are now live at various retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and Microsoft themselves.


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1 comment on “Microsoft Opens Pre-Orders for Xbox One X w/ Special Project Scorpio Design

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