Another week, another pretty cool nugget about the Xbox Series X. The motherfucker is gonna be able to enhance older games, adding support HDR and 120 fps. Is it necessary? Not really. Is it neat? You bet. Meanwhile, in Sony’s camp? Crickets.
Microsoft has dropped its Xbox Series X boot screen. And yes, I fucking get excited about this sort of shit. As well, the company has laid out its 2020 road map.
Microsoft has announced they’re dropping Xbox Series X gameplay footage May 7. Man, they seem to be crushing the next-gen reveal game. We know what the console looks like, we’re getting gameplay footage. Meanwhile, Sony’s like. We have a system, here’s a controller. How much is it going to cost? What’s it going to look like? Fuck you.
Rumor: Microsoft is going to reveal a cheaper Xbox Series X model next month. Bro, the first model ain’t even fucking out!
The Xbox Series X ain’t even launched, and there’s already rumors of a cheaper model. This ain’t new, as there have been rumors for a while about both PS5 and Xbox Series X launching with both a base and cheaper model. But, I’m beginning to think these rumors are legitimate.
Microsoft has revealed a shit-ton of Xbox Series X specs. Like, do we care right now? I can’t, but I want to.
Today, Microsoft has dropped a shit-ton of Xbox Series X specs. I have to admit, a week ago I would have been stoked. This week? Hard to care, dude. Hard to care.
Microsoft announced more Xbox Series X details today. Specs! Backwards compatibility! Smart Delivery!
More XBX details today, friends! And I ain’t even psyched about the specs, which I’m sure are awesome. Rather, how fucking sick is Smart Delivery? Buy a title on your XB1, get the XBX version fucking for free. And, it’ll send it to your other device automatically. Microsoft will definitely be doing it, and it’s available to third-parties as well. One of the first third-party titles to support it? Fucking Cyberpunk 2077.
At this point in the current generation, I’m hungry for any news on the upcoming next-gen consoles. So, I’ll admit I’m oddly excited to see these new photos of the Xbox Series X and its ports.
The Xbox Series X ain’t going to have exclusive games at launch. Like, the titles will continue being playable on an XB1. Initially, this seems neat. Halo: Infinite for all! But, like. A serious gripe: if you’re developing games that need to run on an XB1, you’re going to be handicapping yourself. You know?
Microsoft has officially revealed its next-gen console, folks. It’s called the Xbox Series X (really as fine as any name), and it’s dropping Holiday 2020. Not only that, but we’ve gotten a look at it! And from a tech fetishist perspective? It’s sexy.