Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo to make major announcements at E3


On eye is on the Scorpio edition, its feature and power promised to surpass current consoles quality. Many are expecting Microsoft to unveil its Project Scorpio console pricing tomorrow at the company's E3 press conference, and Xbox fans are hoping to see $399 or $449 pricing on the new hardware.

Microsoft has the significant announcement that we know about, with new, full details about the console we now know as "Project Scorpio".

Microsoft isn't letting Sony get away with a $50 price cut and has made a decision to grant the same for prospective Xbox One S buyers.

Certainly, game titles are truly what a great many people watching E3 think about.

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If the rumors are true, it's going to be very much a powerful Windows 10 PC optimized for the big screen, and could fulfil a number of the original promises that Microsoft talked about back when the Xbox One was announced four years ago.

Nintendo seems primed to focus on its new, open-world Mario game, Super Mario Odyssey, which will give players free reign to move about the planet in the shoes of everyone's favourite plumber. And there are a lot of fun rumours flying around.

The industry group that runs the show said there will be 128 exhibitors showing off their VR work at the show.

This year's show kicked off on Saturday with EA's now annual EA Play event, and will continue Sunday with Microsoft's Xbox showcase and Bethesda's livestream.