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Microsoft at E3: Meet the Xbox One X’s legion of games (that are coming to PC, too)

At E3, Microsoft revealed the powerful Xbox One X, and an army of games—22 exclusive to Xbox and Windows—to bolster it.
amurray@idgcommunications.comThe powerful Xbox One X is coming November 7 for $500. That’s the official name Microsoft’s given to Project Scorpio, the upcoming 4K-ready Xbox One successor, which took center stage at Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference on Sunday. It’s arriving on November 7, 2017 for $500 and will, in Microsoft’s words, be “the most powerful console ever.” That was Microsoft’s main message for the show, repeatedly emphasizing its advantages over the competing PlayStation 4 Pro without ever mentioning its fellow console by name.
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