Talking to Engadget, Microsoft's Aaron Greenburg said Microsoft is "not going to have console-exclusive games for Project Scorpio," it doesn't "think of [high-fidelity VR] as console gaming, and so with the VR experiences those will be new things that you will get on Project Scorpio."
Greenburg said that if users bought games and accessories for your Xbox One, or you buy an Xbox One S, those games and those accessories are going to work on Project Scorpio.
"When you think about backwards compatibility and our games lineup, we want gamers to know that when they're ready to upgrade to Scorpio, that content will go with them. That's our promise and commitment around compatibility."
Microsoft was not going to have console-exclusive games for Project Scorpio and everything will be one ecosystem -- whether you have an Xbox One S or Project Scorpio.
"We don't want anyone to be left behind, Now, with the power and capabilities we have, we'll be able to do high-fidelity VR. Now, that space, we don't think of that as console gaming, we think of that as high-fidelity VR, and so with the VR experiences those will be new things that you will get on Project Scorpio," Greenburg said.
Microsoft was planning a future without console generations. This will allow people to build a library, a community and for users to get literate with the hardware.
"We're making a pretty big bet on that with Project Scorpio. We're basically saying, "This isn't a new generation; everything you have continues forward and it works." We think of this as a family of devices,"