Bottom line is if graphics matter to you then scorpio is not the way to go. If they still had true exclusives that gives you a reason but now that is gone as well.
WTF are you talking about?! Ok, I know this is your opinion but you're perspective seems to be very misinformed.
Scorpio doesn't just have a beefy graphics performance but the CPU can run circles around stuff. There's a shit ton of memory for Xbox Scorpio games to take advantage of (native 4K gaming/HDR/Movies playback), more for Xbox One & 360 games - both will use the extra memory as cache to boost performance (this isn't just ohh it looks better). The system will either render the games for the customer's 1080P TV OR 4K TV. This is huuuuge, the ability to customize the graphical output and rendering process in accordance to what the gamer is using is a biiiiig plus. The system will be customized to its first party titles (per game basis too), which means Microsoft will pump all they can out of this game changing system for their first party titles, which is more than just Halo/Gears/Forza btw.
Since you want to go there, some of Microsoft's Exclusive Franchises:
It's very true, a lot of those exclusive first party titles can be found on PC, the other Microsoft ecosystem, but you know what, a lot of people can't afford the PC market or prefer console gaming. They'd rather not have to deal with all the crap that goes with PC gaming either (viruses, updates for video/audio/motherboard/OS, running unnecessary background programs while trying to game, compatibility issues, etc), been there, done that (my netbook suits me just fine now and my Xbox One is my main gaming rig, accompanied by my 360 and Wii U).
However with that said exclusives are old hat now. It's a good thing because multiplatform has almost become a standard now with a lot of people gaming on all the different platforms - and shit, crossbuy is becoming a standard now too! Be it PC, mobile (I place the Switch there), Xbox, PS everybody can get in on the action with a Lego, FIFA - or with exceptions on certain platforms - GTA games. Then there's the online community, the support, the features and the place to game, Xbox Live. Xbox Scorpio games will look better, perform better and be the best OPTION of the game you can pick up. Then you'll have a Xbox One version which will be playable on the system you have now, without all the bells and whistles. It's like the highest you can go with-in the Xbox product line, this is the Premium system, akin like how we have the Elite controller out there alongside standard Xbox One controllers. This will sell.