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If you’re a fan of Microsoft’s gaming consoles, then you’re in for a treat. The company has just announced its next-gen console, the Xbox Series X, and it’s set to launch in November 2020. But that’s not all. Microsoft is also working on a cheaper, less powerful next-gen console, codenamed “Project Scarlett.” It’s expected to launch in late 2020 or early 2021. So what can we expect from these two new consoles? xbox june microsoft xboxbonifacicengadget
It’s that time of year again when Microsoft trots out its annual crop of hardware refreshes. This time around, the headliner is the new Xbox, which is set to launch in June. While the company hasn’t revealed much about the new console just yet, we do know that it will be powered by an AMD Zen 2 CPU and RDNA 2 GPU. The system will also support ray tracing and 8K resolution gaming. xbox june microsoft xboxbonifacicengadget
The Xbox One is getting a small update this month, Microsoft announced today. The update will add support for three new features to the console: external hard drive support, USB keyboard and mouse support, and controller firmware updates. The update will also add some new social features to the Xbox One, including the ability to see what your friends are playing on their activity feed and the ability to join them in games directly from the feed.