Microsoft is set to kick off its E3 2017 press conference later today, where the full reveal of the company's upcoming "Project Scorpio" console is set to occur. Advertised as a console pushing 4K gaming, several upcoming games are expected to utilize the additional resources offered by the system.
It now appears that one of Microsoft's unannounced titles, Forza Motorsport 7, has leaked ahead of its E3 2017 reveal via IndianNoob. The leak claims Turn 10's latest iteration of its racing franchise will run at 4K on Project Scorpio, which comes as no surprise following the Forza demo showcased for its hardware reveal. We now have access to four supposed (and extremely grainy) images of Forza Motorsport 7, which appear to have been taken from a reveal trailer.
Alongside the images, the leak also claims Forza Motorsport 7 will release on October 3, 2017. This is expected to be a similar launch window to the Project Scorpio console itself, despite few reliable leaks surrounding console announcements set for today's conference.
While we recommend being cautious of leaks, with only a few hours to go until the Microsoft's press conference, such a leak would come as little surprise. As always, stay tuned to Windows Central this afternoon for all major announcements from Microsoft's Xbox E3 2017 event.
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