Project Scarlett Won’t Be The Console To End All Microsoft Consoles
Microsoft’s E3 presence was massive, bringing with it a plethora of news pertaining to upcoming games such as Halo: Infinite, Gears 5, and many more as well as various other bits of news such as new elite controllers, console streaming, and even a few new details concerning the upcoming Project Scarlett, the company’s latest and greatest upcoming console. With the direction of gaming aiming to head towards cloud-based streaming, it certainly looks like the end of console gaming is upon the community, however, Microsoft has assured fans that the rise of new avenues to games won’t disrupt the company’s vision of what the future looks like.
While in an interview at E3, Xbox Head Phil Spencer explained that though the company is preparing itself for the launch of its most powerful piece of hardware yet, they have no intention of stopping the development of future generations of Xbox consoles. Spencer does admit however that Microsoft hasn’t quite nailed down anything solid in terms of what’s next and reasonably so. With the evolution of the gaming industry hitting a major stride there are sure to be many changes on the way in how games are played and what services or features developers have access to.
Project Scarlett has yet to receive an official release date but is slated for sometime in the Holiday season of 2020. Before the console hits however Microsoft is also launching Project xCloud, a cloud gaming service that will support all digital Xbox one games and will be available for players in October of this year.
Are you still content with the current console generation or are you ready to move on to the more powerful and snazzy next-gen console? Let us know your thoughts on Project Scarlett and the future of Microsoft console in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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