Xbox Series X will not have true first-party exclusives
Software King of the World Microsoft has decided that its new Xbox, the Xbox Series X, will launch without true first-party exclusives – which some in the industry think is going to kill the console stone dead.
Zen 2 CPU and next-gen RDNA GPU
After the initial world premiere of the Xbox Series X, a new console that looks a lot like an SFF PC or an HTPC, Microsoft has released a blog post which talks a bit more about the power and the hardware behind it.
Frankly, my dear, I am not sure users will give a damn
Software King of the World, Microsoft is still working on a low-cost diskless version of its new Xbox code-named Lockhart.
Scorpio, and Scarlett SoCs
Our knowledgeable sources have whispered that Intel has hired John Sell, a chap who was the chief architect of Xbox One, Scorpio, and Scarlett SoCs. John joined as an Intel Fellow to work on security.
Xbox One S all digital might have been a one-off
Fears that Microsoft might omit an optical drive from its next-generation console due in 2020, might have been unfounded. The prototype, dubbed Project Scarlett will indeed have one and support physical media.
Maverick coming soon
The dark Satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on Earth yarn which claims that Microsoft’s new Xbox will not have a disk.
Microsoft is planning to release a disk free version of the Xbox One as early as next spring.
All about simplicity
Microsoft has released the next big "Fall" update for the Xbox One with speed improvements and chances to make the home page simpler.
After a year of waiting
Software king of the world Microsoft is expected to make an announcement on its Project Scorpio this week.