Microsoft aims to launch a new Xbox console in 2028. This is an open secret. However, as is usual with desktop consoles, they plan to bring a renewed model of their current series onto the market They showed the conceptual model of the console.
As documents from the dispute between the FTC and Microsoft over the Bethesda issue show, the company plans to launch a “fully digital” 2TB Xbox series new driver With modular joysticks. Code name Brooklin that is the name of the internal Microsoft project that has now been fully leaked.
The new Xbox series
Additionally, internal Microsoft documents reveal that the company intends to offer up to 2TB of storage, add a front powered USB-C port, and accompany the console with an “all-new and more immersive controller” also available would be separate.
A new modular Xbox controller
In that sense, it would be an improved version of the series with Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 and a 6nm CPU “to improve efficiency,” which would allow electricity consumption to be reduced by 15 percent.
In fact, you wouldn’t have to wait much longer to see the controller, as the documents mention that it will be announced later this year and, like the DualSense, will include an accelerometer for gyroscope support. Beyond that too enables a direct connection to the cloud Bluetooth 5.2 and an “Xbox Wireless 2” connection, an updated protocol for communicating with the console.
And the improvements don’t end there: the controller would feature “precise haptic feedback” and “VCA haptic controls that act as speakers.” It will also feature quieter buttons and joysticks, a rechargeable and replaceable battery, modular joysticks and a “lift to wake” function.
In terms of price and availability, the new renewed Xbox Series X would be available at the same price Xbox Series X launch price: $499. And as for the date, 2024 at the earliest.