Like we don’t already have enough Xbox consoles to choose from, oh wait, we could never have enough. Then again, it can sometimes get a little tiring upgrading every few years. Regardless, the little birds flying around have been chirping and with it, the news of Microsoft announcing the next generation of Xbox gaming consoles at E3.
Not to be confused with the new Xbox One S All-Digital Edition that will be shipping in May, which will be ditching the disc drive like Microsoft has been itching to do since the Xbox One X. Pre-orders for that one should begin sometime in April. There is no word on if it will be completely replacing the current current Xbox One S
There is no further information just yet in regards to the new console, including how much it will cost, but you can expect that it will most likely push the graphics threshold even further, which might be a little threatening to the future of Sony and their PS4 sales. No comments from Sony either in regards to anything special planned outside of the fact that they will not be at E3 this year, which doesn’t work so well for the future of the convention.