Microsoft has changed the day of the presentation of the next generation Xbox
The original event, which Microsoft intends to devote to the new generation Xbox, was supposed to take place in late April, but new information published on the website The Verge, says that the event was postponed to may 21. Thus, we will have to wait.
As expected, this afternoon the company will announce the next generation of its gaming console, codenamed Durango. During the event, Microsoft will probably tell you the initial information about the hardware specifications and features that will offer a new console, as well as plans for 2013. A full presentation will be held at E3 in early June, where Microsoft will reveal already all the features, functions and specifications, and the launch of the console needs to occur at the end of this year.
It is expected that the new software for the Xbox is based on Windows 8. It is logical that some of the items for the menu are borrowed from Windows. This may lead to expanding the market share of Xbox and Windows, what is of concern to other manufacturers of gaming consoles.
By the way, if you believe recent rumors, the next-generation Xbox will require a constant connection to the Internet. This is a protective measure designed to prevent the use of used games.
: The Verge