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Xbox Team Teases Fans With ‘Cool Demos’ and ‘Surprises’

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Jason Ronald, Head of Program Management at Xbox has teased that Microsoft has some “cool demos” and a “few surprises”. He also affirms that the Xbox Team reached new landmarks last week.

A showcase of the work being done at Xbox Game Studios is imminent, recently, Xbox’s boss, Phil Spencer said that COVID-19 is not slowing the teams at Xbox Game Studios, a lot of progress has been done, and the company feels confident to show fans what are the games that will take the full potential of Xbox Series X.

Reviewed plans yesterday for continued sharing through launch. Team is doing great work and adapting. I’ve never been more excited about Xbox plans. We’ve heard you, you want transparency/authenticity. We plan to keep showing that way, next step is not too much of a wait (games)

Jason Ronald’s tweet add more hype to the different rumors surrounding the Xbox Series S, (Lockhart). Could be Ronald teasing, that Xbox has given the green light to Lockhart development? Only time would tell, but what’s certain is that Microsoft filed a trademark of the Series X logo.

Fans are expecting to hear a confirmation of the Series S, Windows Central affirms that Lockhart is being tested by Xbox employees, more information about Xbox Lockhart at an upcoming showcase of Microsoft’s newest Surface model. Lockhart would be an economical console, a slightly compact design and a overall lower production cost is expected, the console would also have a discrete hardware capable of playing next gen games, delivering around 4 TFLOPs. Lockhart would still conserve some of the key components that boast the Series X for the next generation. The NVMe storage device is still expected to be present at Xbox Lockhart.

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