Now that some of the Playstation 4 features have been officially unveiled, it’s time for Microsoft to show its new console and what it can do to match all the innovative elements Sony has planned for its new console. Microsoft is still keeping the console to itself and there’s not even an announcement for a possible reveal coming before this year’s E3: both next gen consoles will surely be present.
Some more rumors have surfaced this morning regarding the new Xbox 720: apparently Microsoft is closely monitoring the situation as not to let anything come out before the official reveal but something may have indeed slipped past them. The new console will obviously be at the center of Microsft’s booth at the E3: featuring almost triple processing power than its predecessor, the console will be available in two different versions. The basic Arcade version will feature a 320 GB Hard Disk while the Pro version will feature a 500 GB Hard Disk, with an optional 1 Terabyte Hard Disk available for purchase as soon as the console launches.
Some more rumors also state that Microsoft won’t be using Blue Ray technology, despite some earlier statements, and the Xbox Smartglass app will have an even more central role. No news about a possible Kinect 2.0 or immersive technology.
Source: Gaming Capacity