Xbox Two Will Possibly Feature Either VR or AR; Release, Specs, Price Detailed
During the E3 2018, Xbox officer Phil Spencer already confirmed that the Xbox One successor is already on its way. Dubbed as Xbox Two, here are some of the rumors about the much-anticipated gaming console.
Xbox Two Release Date
According to The Sun, there’s now definitive Xbox Two release date as of now since Microsoft hasn’t formally announced the upcoming gaming console. But despite that, it’s almost sure that the Redmond-based tech company is looking at a new Xbox to tackle Sony’s preordained PlayStation 5.
Apart from that, it is also important to consider that the pace of gaming console releases is speeding up. It can be recalled that the original Xbox was first released way back in 2001 and was followed by the Xbox 360 in 2005. After that, the Microsoft’s fans had to for eight years for the Xbox One to hit the market shelves.
But then after the Xbox One release, things had changed. The Xbox One S was launched in 2016, which is just three years after its forerunner. Also, the brand new Xbox One X was unveiled in 2017, just a year after the gaming console it replaced.
With all of these taking into consideration plus the fact that PS5 might be launch in next year or the following year, it can be assumed that the Xbox Two will make its first appearance in 2019 or 2020. The month will more or less surely be November, as every preceding generation of Xbox model excluding for the Xbox One S has been released in November as well
Xbox Two Specs And Features
For the Xbox Two specs and features, it is worth noting that the Microsoft’s Xbox One X is already on a categorically strong foundation. In fact, its users can play video games at an innate 4K resolution and can play 4K Blu-ray.
So what about the Xbox 2 specs and features? Seeing that its predecessor already had powerful specs, it is safe to assume that the upcoming console will have a huge improvement when it comes to performance. Since the Xbox One X is suited with 4K gaming, Microsoft will be ardent in enhancing the graphical fidelity and frame-rate. Unluckily, if you’re expecting and Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality this might not be a possibility. In fact, Spencer stated during the E3 that though he was “long-term bullish” about VR, an Xbox VR release might possibly be a long way off.
There were also talks stating that it’s possible that Microsoft will create two versions of the Xbox. One will be a premium and super-charged model, and the other one will be cheaper, less graphics-concentrated version for off-the-cuff gamers.
Lastly, the fans of the Redmond-based tech giant could see a bridging-of-the-gap between the Xbox console and Windows 10. Microsoft offers to the game on both of these systems, so it really makes sense to make an endeavor of unifying the platforms going forward.
These specs and features are just based on speculations and rumors. With that, it is advised to be taken with skepticism since Microsoft hasn’t confirmed anything yet about Xbox 2.
Xbox Two Price
As of now, it’s really too early to say precisely what the Xbox Two price will be, but despite that, we can make a guess according to previous Xbox launches. Microsoft might probably fix a price tag of somewhere between £349 and £499 for its upcoming Xbox, but there’s no way of being sure right now.
These are some of the rumors about Xbox One successor. What do you want to see with the upcoming Xbox Two? Please don’t hesitate to share your opinion with us in the comment section below.