Microsoft plans to launch the next generation Xbox console in 2020. Microsoft has already started work on a new game console.
Company is developing a whole series of consoles under the code name Scarlett. This is accidentally confirmed by Head of the company Phil Spencer himself, mentioning several Xbox consoles, and not one. Perhaps in the lineup there will be some new device, oriented to the future streaming service of the company. Microsoft also not has a large number of projects implemented, starting with Xbox TV and ending with the Project Hobart control panel, which can appear together with a fresh gadget. Probably, several modifications are being prepared for the release at once for any purse,and well a number of accessories, including a virtual reality helmet and controllers for it.
Recall that the current console Microsoft Xbox One X can not be considered a separate generation – an improved version of the console Xbox One, introduced almost five years ago simultaneously with the Sony PS4. And since Sony hinted at the announcement of PS5 in 2020, it is unlikely that Microsoft will want to lag behind its main competitor.
The next-generation Xbox consoles will surely support most of the existing games for the Xbox One. Microsoft spent too much energy and money to create this technology, so as not to include it in the following consoles.
According to rumors, the next Microsoft Xbox will conclude within itself a new hybrid processor manufactured by AMD, which includes a built-in video card generation Navi and processor cores of the architecture of Zen. It’s still early to talk about the capabilities of the console, but if the current One X can easily cope with 4K-gaming, then in the next Xbox certainly will not do without the support of 8K. In any case, the fans of Xbox expects something interesting. But will the those,that make games, have time to prepare the relevant content? We’ll thise find out in two years.
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