Microsoft intends to release a new Xbox console in 2028. This is no secret to anyone. However, as is usually the case with desktop consoles, there are plans to release an updated model of its current series. They showed a conceptual model of the console.
The company plans to release an “all-digital” 2TB Xbox series, documents from the Federal Trade Commission and Microsoft over Bethesda indicate. new driver with modular joysticks. Codename Brooklynthat is, the name of Microsoft’s internal project has now been completely leaked.
New Xbox series
Additionally, internal Microsoft documents show that the company intends to offer up to 2TB of storage, add a front-facing USB-C port with power delivery, and accompany the console with an “all-new and more immersive controller” that will also be coming separately.
New Xbox Modular Controller
In this sense, it will be an improved version of the series. with Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 and 6nm processor “to improve efficiency,” which will reduce energy consumption by 15 percent.
In fact, you won’t have to wait long to see the controller, as the documents mention that it will be announced later this year and will include an accelerometer to support a gyroscope like the DualSense. In addition, towill allow direct connection to the cloudBluetooth 5.2 and “Xbox Wireless 2” connection are an updated protocol for communicating with the console.
And the improvements don’t stop there: the controller will include “precision haptic feedback” and “haptic VCA controls that act like speakers.” It will also have quieter buttons and joysticks, a rechargeable and replaceable battery, modular joysticks, and a “rise to wake” feature.
In terms of price and availability, the new updated Xbox Series X will retail at the same price. Xbox Series X starting price: $499. As for the date, 2024 at the earliest.
Source: Hiper Textual
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