The Twitterverse has caught onto Microsoft's subtle teasers for its next-generation gaming console family, codenamed Scarlett. It seems the company may make an official announcement at E3.
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A newly leaked AMD APU that has an octa-core processor based on the Zen+ or Zen 2 architecture and a 7nm Navi GPU could be powering the next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
During a recent interview at E3, Phil Spencer shared the company's goals for the next generation of its gaming console, emphasising on the need for better framerates and faster start times.
Microsoft confirmed at E3 that it's working on its next-generation Xbox console, without providing additional details. According to a report, the new console will be coming in 2020.
In a recent interview, head of Xbox Phil Spencer touted his love for the 'console experience' and said he was committed to launching another gaming console after the Xbox One.
EA Studios VP Patrick Söderlund says he does not expect the wait for the next generation game consoles to be as long as the last gap, stating, "A five, six year gap is what I expect going forward."