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  • Next Xbox Codename Is Scarlett and Will Launch in 2020

    The Next generation of Consoles is coming and heres Microsofts answer:


    • E3 conference is underway, and after the big public Microsoft press conference, industry insiders were informed behind 'closed-doors' that 'Scarlett' is already under development as the next-gen Xbox to replace their 'One' series, and will be landing in stores by 2020!
      At Microsoft's Xbox E3 2018 event, Xbox boss Phil Spencer hinted that the company is working on its Xbox One successor. Barely a day later, it's now reported that the next Xbox is codenamed Scarlett and is due for a 2020 release date. The news comes via Xbox insider Brad Sams, he previously leaked the official name of the Xbox One S and stated that the Xbox One X would be out in 2017. He also was partially correct in revealing what the next Halo game would be called prior to Microsoft announcing it at its E3 2018 conference.

      Aside from the next Xbox codename, it appears that Scarlett is a "family of devices" which Sams speculates that "we may see multiple pieces of hardware released that year."

      Furthermore, it's unknown if Scarlett will be backwards compatible with all games available right now. But given the investment Microsoft has put into backwards compatibility, it probably would as well as be aligned with the company's streaming efforts.

      A next Xbox release date of 2020 seems close when you consider that the Xbox One X just launched barely seven months ago. Sams claims that "Microsoft is aggressively moving ahead with hardware in the console space to shake up the industry."

      At E3 2018 Phil Spencer said that the Xbox One X hardware team is "deep into architecturing the next Xbox console, where we will once again deliver on our commitment to deliver the benchmark of console gaming". Naturally, he brought up Microsoft's work in AI and cloud technologies as well as its new studios as factors that will help towards making the Xbox a success.
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      So things are already heating up for another round of next-gen console wars, now that Microsoft let the cat out of bag, all eyes are on Sony if they will drop the 'codename' hint of their rumored PS5 which large studios are rumored already have early alpha-devkits.

      via https://www.maxconsole.com/threads/n...in-2020.47219/