Outside of developers / designers who are currently dealing with next generation technological innovation to art the games of the long run, nobody knows for sure what the next Xbox (Xbox 720, Xbox Infinity, Durango) will be. Gossips lately exposed that Microsoft would be shifting with an eight primary x64 1.6 GHz CPU and 8GB of DDR3 RAM. However, a new review not only verifies these specifications for Microsoft’s next device, but also shows that Microsoft may be taking a hard line position against used games and piracy with their next creation system.
Games on the Xbox 720 will be produced on 50GB Blu-Ray press, and will be nothing more than a rollercoaster for used buyers. The review also indicates that Microsoft’s next device will need an always-on internet access to be able to cops this anti-used game position. The new console will see a new version of Xbox Live, and a more technically innovative version of the xbox 360 kinect movement operator will be available at launch for the new components.
Microsoft has said nothing formally about their next-gen programs. Some think that April could be the 30 days where Microsoft maintains their own devoted occasion to display their new components before E3, where they will concentrate on the application part. Given that the System 360 saw a expose and launch in the same year, many are anticipating the same kind of schedule in 2013 from Microsoft.