Microsoft’s Digital Xbox May Launch Very Soon

According to a recent report from Exputer, Microsoft’s previously leaked digital Xbox Series X console will release sometime between June and July this year. However, it may also suffer from a slight delay. The report comes from prominent insider eXtas1s, who claims it will be $50-100 cheaper than the current model, which is $499. It will allegedly come with an upgraded Nexus card, an improved heatsink, and will be white. It’s worth noting none of these claims have been confirmed by Microsoft.According to the past leak, the console will reportedly be a mid-generation version of the Xbox Series X, codenamed “Brooklin”. Similar to the PlayStation 5 digital console, it will lack a disk drive. The console will allegedly have a cylindrical shape, 2TB of Storage, will come with Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, USB-C front port, an all-new southbridge, and more. It will have the “same great price” as the current Xbox Series X at $499. It was reportedly set for a tentatively November 2024 release day. There will also be another XDL (Xbox Design Lab) console model that will match the specs of the Brooklin model. In a recent episode of the official Xbox podcast, Xbox President Sarah Bond claims that Microsoft plans to announce its console plans “this holiday”.The full quote from Sarah Bond:“We’ve got more to come. There’s some exciting stuff coming out in hardware that we’re going to share this holiday. We’re also invested in the next-generation roadmap. What we’re really focused on there is delivering the largest technical leap you will have ever seen in a hardware generation, which makes it better for players and better for creators and the visions that they’re building.”

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