Why The 'Xbox Scorpio' Could Be The Last Microsoft Console?

The upcoming Xbox Project Scorpio has been developed and designed from the ground up to be the next big step in Microsoft's gaming hardware, even if the company does state that it's going to sit alongside the Xbox One and Xbox One S.

But, despite all the hype and attention that the console is having as of the moment, nobody really knows what Microsoft's upcoming hardware is going to contain. Ever since the introduction of the Xbox Scorpio during the recently concluded E3 2016, there are still a lot of questions that were left unanswered. One particular question that has been neglected was, 'is the Xbox Scorpio the Last Microsoft console?'

The difference of the Scorpio

We are already knowledgeable that, with the Xbox Project Scorpio, Microsoft is attempting to try a different approach to console gaming. Just like Sony's PS4 Pro, the Scorpio is a mid-generation console release that is poised to be a huge leap in overall power and potential, despite it still being completely compatible with the old Xbox One titles and hardware.

But with all that said, Microsoft sees Scorpio as something different.

According to Greenberg

"For us, we think that the future is without having any console generations," Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg said in a recent interview. "We think that the potential to build a library, a community, to be able to iterate with the hardware - we're placing a pretty big bet on that with Xbox Scorpio."

"What we're basically saying is that 'this isn't a new generation; everything you have continues forward and it would still.' We think of this as a family of devices."

Microsoft to continue producing consoles

It seems like Microsoft has learned from its mistakes around doing too much way too soon with its Xbox One, and is being somewhat reserved about its approach towards the future of consoles. But with all things said, It's safe to say that, though the Xbox Scorpio is truly a revolutionary console, it would definitely be not the last console that Microsoft would be introducing.

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