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Microsoft announced the official release date of the next-generation Xbox console. The company has sent out invitations to certain media for the event, which will be held on May 21 at Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond, starting at 10 am local time.
In previous rumours, Microsoft was planning to unveil the next-gen gaming console details at an event in April. Sources familiar with Microsoft's Xbox plans are saying that the April is out, and the new date is May 21. It is also said that the new could be pricey.
According to a tweet from a person behind Microsoft Supersite, Microsoft may have postponed the Xbox "Durango" launch. Previous rumours were suggesting that the company could introduce the console in April, but apparently the announcement is delayed a month.
AMD may have scored GPU IP design wins in all three new-generation consoles, but the CPU part of things have always been anyone's guess. It turns out AMD is working on a custom-design SoC for Xbox "Durango" that's similar to that which drives PlayStation 4.
As we approach Sony's and Microsoft's announcement for their next-generation gaming console, the rumours are not stopping. A new report claims the price of the PlayStation 4 which should be around $449 and Xbox 720 Siri-Style natural language voice control.
With news that Sony could officially unveil the next generation console at PlayStation Meeting 2013, now we have another intriguing rumour. The Xbox 720 GPU specifications have surfaces and published which confirms many previous leaks about the Xbox graphics chip.
It appears that 2013 should be a year of smartphones and game consoles. After a little "discussion" between Sony and Microsoft about who will first unveil their next-gen console specifications, it looks like Sony could be the first to display the console itself.
Just two days after Xbox 720 specifications became public, another next-gen game console got confirmed hardware specifications. According to rumour, both Microsoft and Sony will use AMD's processor and graphics card. It is still unknown when can we expect PlayStation 4.
There have been plenty of rumours about next-gen consoles, but nothing was confirmed. Apparently, a new leak confirms everything there is to know about the next-gen Xbox console. This came just one day after Sony's CEO said that Microsoft can reveal its Xbox first.
While the Xbox 720 is set for release later this year, the new rumours have emerged about the specs of new gaming console. The leaked specification on the upcoming Xbox 720 was confirmed by a user on Chinese forum TGFC which claims to be an ex-Ubisoft employee.