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'Skyrim' & 'Fallout 4' Confirmed For Xbox One Scorpio

20 March 2017, 09:22 | Justin Tyler

Home Games GamesTechnologyEverything you need to know about XBOX Project Scorpio By Ayesha Ahmad

Home  Games GamesTechnologyEverything you need to know about XBOX Project Scorpio By Ayesha Ahmad

We can update the games, and people keep playing it. Microsoft's Scorpio is coming next year, and we'll update Fallout 4 and Skyrim for that.

As for the second game, your choices will be a bit more limited, but you'll still have a few interesting yet older titles to choose from like Watch Dogs, Assassin's Creed Syndicate, and Tom Clancy's The Division.

Clubs and LFG both expand, allowing you to see detailed information about players trying to join your LFG party; search for LFG posts related directly to an Achievement; and pin posts to the top of the Club feed.

That emphasis on customization and social features will extend to the service's Clubs. In your Activity Feed, you can hide specific posts, pin posts to the top, and filter by several things (friends, games, or clubs).

Microsoft will also improve some odds and ends associated with Xbox. Users will be able to choose a custom gamer pic directly from the console, a Windows 10 PC, or a smartphone, so you'll have plenty of avenues for picking the image you want.


According to Scott Henson's post, with the coming features for Arena on Xbox Live, Insiders will soon be able to discover tournaments from Xbox One or the Xbox app on Windows 10, get notifications when a match is ready, and jump directly into a match on the Xbox One. Oh, and you can use Kinect auto-zoom for Twitch, Beam, and Skype.

Your profile will display your Arena tournament history and upcoming tournaments.

Although, Microsoft has no plans of releasing an exclusive list of games for the Scorpio, but the console is getting a new 4K upgrade.

Those who own base Xbox One, or even the Xbox One S, may not be at risk of losing out on any big games, but may still be feeling a little nervous over where Microsoft's attentions will lie in the future. The improvements are expected to roll out to some Xbox Insiders throughout March.

Xbox One exclusive games for 2017 and beyond Fri, December 2, 2016 Microsoft's next wave of Xbox One exclusives include Sea of Thieves, Halo Wars 2, Crackdown 3 and more.



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