While we wait to know the appearance, price and features of Project Scorpio – the new home console of Microsoft – the always active Phil Spencer on social media answered a question from a fan about the external hard drives. Apparently, Scorpio will read USB devices used on Xbox One.
Xbox Scorpio will obviously be the hottest topic of E3 2017 and waiting to know the appearance, price and exact release date of the new console, Phil Spencer continues to support its community interacting with the public via Twitter. Just in recent days the leader of Xbox has aired a possible return of Fable, but has also clarified some previous statements regarding the single-player video games.
As confirmed in a tweet, the head of the Xbox division, Phil Spencer, spoke that the company from Redmond is working to make sure that the hard drives used on Xbox One are perfectly compatible with the new upcoming console of Microsoft, allowing you to regain your library of titles already available without having to download a second time. This feature would allow you to start having fun with Xbox Scorpio immediately, with no where to re-install each game.
Recently, Spencer has been criticized by some players to some statements misinterpreted for the single-player games.
@GamingAdd_slp That’s our plan, yes.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) April 30, 2017