A new Xbox Scorpio game has been confirmed for the console that will run on a native 4K display.
World of Tanks is a popular title on Xbox One, PC, and PS4 and will also be available to play on the Xbox Scorpio.
During a recent Q&A with fans, the development team behind the popular MMO revealed that the game will fully support the new console.
“We plan to fully support Scorpio and are already running on it at a full 4K resolution and it looks fantastic,” the World of Tanks message reads.
It follows news that the Xbox Scorpio could have a huge problem when the holiday 2017 release date rolls around.
The Xbox Scorpio games list could be short of a blockbuster or two, following confirmation that no new triple-A Halo games will launch for Xbox One this year.
That’s according to Halo franchise director Frank O’Connor, who told GamesTM that the team won’t be releasing anything this holiday season.
“This holiday we don’t have a huge triple-A individual game coming out, so this year can be a good year to get our heads down on the next big things.”
Actionacy’s games marketing consultant Christian-Peter Heimbach believes that the Xbox Scorpio will be bundled with Forza and that fans will pay more for a premium product.
“I think the console will be €499 (£418) with a game – probably the new Forza,” Heimbach said. “It is a perfect price.
“The console is focused on a hardcore market and they are willing to spend more as long as it’s a quality product.
“The fact that the Elite controller sold very well, at €149 (£120) shows that people are willing to buy products at a premium price.”
Spanish retailer XtraLife (via DesiXBL) is currently advertising the upcoming Xbox Scorpio console with a €399 price tag. That’s roughly £335 in the UK, although it’s more likely to cost £399 if the advert is accurate.
Microsoft previously described it as a premium console and said that it would cost more than the Xbox One S.