Valve simply needs to toss STEAM on the Project Scorpio. What’s more, their vision of a fruitful Steam Box will be finished. Microsoft needs those benefits from offering games on their store. Unless they have some kind of association to impart the benefits to Steam, we wouldn’t anticipate that Microsoft will permit it. We’re certain Steam wouldn’t be against it on the off chance that they get the opportunity to keep everyone of the benefits.
Project Scorpio will work if Microsoft permits Steam on it
At that point, it gets sort of dubious with authorizing. Where if the Xbox One is viewed as a console, then a few games wouldn’t be made accessible on the off chance that they have separate arrangements for the console release. MS wouldn’t have the capacity to just get around those sorts of agreements by saying the Project Scorpio is a PC for the TV while marking it as Xbox One. For the present, Xbox One is in direct rivalry with PS4. So it will be dealt with all things considered.
Things change, however. We think MS may be in an ideal situation really offering it as a shut PC for the front room. At that point, a great deal of the console restrictions could leave. It could likewise open up the entryways for permitting least equipment necessities like Steam was doing with SteamBox.
The reality of the situation will become obvious eventually. We don’t anticipate that anything will remain static right at this point. There are heaps of changes in ideal models going on.
Source: Gaming Bolt