The Xbox One has had a rough start, from anti-con­sumer poli­cies dri­ving its play­er base away, to it being weak­er than the PS4, it just seems Xbox One cant win. All of that looked to be chang­ing when Microsoft announced Project Scor­pio, A much more Pow­er Xbox One. So pow­er­ful it is stronger than Sony’s PS4 Pro.

Microsoft out­lined the fea­tures of its new cre­ation, 6 ter­aflops of pow­er, 8 CPU cores, 320 GB/s mem­o­ry band­width, and the abil­i­ty to do 4K gam­ing. Microsoft also announced that Project Scor­pio would sup­port high-fideli­ty vir­tu­al real­i­ty. That fea­ture seems to have been sud­den­ly removed from the fea­tures sec­tion of Microsoft’s Project Scor­pio Web­page

A NeoGaf user point­ed out the fea­ture was removed from the web­site and no one has seemed to notice, with Microsoft them­selves not mak­ing any offi­cial com­ments on the sit­u­a­tion, it could just be a  mis­take was made while updat­ing the site and it will be reme­died soon. That or Microsoft has some­thing pret­ty major to tell us. I real­ly hope this doesn’t just get ignored and for­got­ten, I would real­ly like to know whats going on with Project Scor­pio.

What do you think is going one with the removal of the VR sup­port fea­ture being list­ed?