During Microsoft’s E3 2016 Briefing, Head of Xbox Division, Phil Spencer and Team Xbox unveiled the Xbox One Slim as well as revealing the next console Project Scorpio, due to launch in 2017.
Microsoft opened its conference by unveiling the Xbox One Slim or Xbox One S, which will be the smallest and most compact Xbox ever, at 40% smaller than the Xbox One, the Slim has an internal power supply and supports 4K Ultra HD for Blu-ray movies and content streamed from partners like Netflix and Amazon Video. The Xbox One S is available for Pre-Order today and will be available this August, the console will come with 3 different size Hardrives.
The Xbox One S is available for Pre-Order today and will be available this coming August, the console will come with 3 different size hardrives.
500GB Xbox One S is $299 USD/ £249 GBP / €299 EUR,
1TB Xbox One S is $349 USD / £299 GBP / €349 EUR
Limited launch edition 2TB Xbox One S will be available in select markets for $399 USD / £349 GBP / €399 EUR.
Closing Microsoft’s E3 Briefing, Spencer announced Project Scorpio, which arrives in 2017. Project Scorpio will be the most powerful games console ever created, with 6 teraflops of GPU delivering a premier console gaming experience featuring 4K gaming and high fidelity virtual reality.
Project Scorpio will join the Xbox One family and coexist alongside Xbox One and Xbox One S with all Xbox One games and accessories compatible.