Microsoft has a lot of work on its hands with Project Scorpio. The console isn’t yet ready to hit store shelves, but with the PlayStation 4 Pro having relative success in the marketplace, this new console will require a slew of games to showcase what it is capable of.

Since the beginning of 2017, things haven’t been going well for the Xbox brand, and this has a lot to do with the lack of quality video games. With this being the case, we should expect great things from Microsoft at E3 2017 in the video game department, and yes, the hardware aspect as well.

The big problem is, will Project Scorpio have the games at launch. To be more exact, we’re talking about full 4K games that are not yet possible on current generation video game devices.

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4K games to expect for Project Scorpio

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Not too long ago, the folks at the Windows Central came across a list of video games designed for Project Scorpio in mind. The great news here is, it is reported that each game will hit true 4K, something Sony is finding difficult to accomplish with its new console, the PlayStation 4 Pro.

The titles the report hammered out are Forza 7, Star Wars: Battlefront 2, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, and Red Dead Redemption 2. It would be quite the surprise if all the games mentioned here managed to hit the 4K target without any upscaling trickery.

The publication went on to claim the next Call of Duty and FIFA video games have been listed as titles reach the true 4K mark as well.

Xbox One games scaling all the way to 4K on Project Scorpio

Here’s something interesting fans should keep in mind. The publication claims any Xbox One games with dynamic resolution scaling, could upscale to 4K on Project Scorpio with relative ease. If such is the case, then Microsoft could be on the verge of announcing a hit product at E3 2017.

Project Scorpio reveal coming soon?

Jez Corden from Windows Central claims Microsoft is planning to reveal the new console next week, and this could happen before Saturday. Furthermore, he went on to add that Scorpio might come with Bluetooth, so there’s a lot to look forward to here.

Whether or not the system will achieve the 6 teraflops and 8 CPU core promise, Corden says it will.

4K Game DVR and Streaming

Another cool set features coming out of the rumor mill claims Project Scorpio will possess the ability to stream video games at 4K. We suspect such a feature to work through Beam instead of Twitch. Furthermore, recording games via the Game DVR feature should now impress a great deal.

No more 720p recording, but instead, Microsoft is pushing for complete 4K. If all of this is true, then expect Project Scorpio to launch with many 4K native video games.

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