19 August, 2017
The controller and the console both carry "Project Scorpio" branding in green lettering as well. The images show a clear "Project Scorpio" embedded vertically on the Xbox controller, along with a stippled pattern for the rectangular console itself. Slated for a November 7 release date, the game for Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Windows 10 has been pushed back to next year.
Xboxdynasty also reported that German marketplace Saturn.de had a similar listing, but has since removed it. The console also appears to have a texture, unlike the standard version. Retailers are expected to begin taking pre-orders for the Xbox One X right after the event.
While we should take this with a grain of salt until Microsoft makes an announcement, this looks legit. However, hopefully we will get a better look at the number of developers planning to support this new console.
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Having a limited edition Xbox console available at launch would not come as a surprise.
Going forward, Microsoft says to expect more celebrity guests, including athletes, actors, and musicians, all of whom will answer questions while playing new and upcoming games.
It's rumored pre-orders will open following the event.
This weekend, Microsoft is headed to GamesCom where they will announce a few more detail about the Xbox One X console.