Microsoft will launch the next-generation console Xbox low-end version


Foreign media VGC reported that the recent rating information listed by the game media for several games revealed information about the low-end version of Microsoft’s next-generation console. There is new evidence that Microsoft will launch a low-end version. the X-Series version of the Xbox .

It is reported that when ESRB rated “Assassin’s Creed: Hall of Valor” and “Call of Duty: Black Ops 5”, the platform information column used “Xbox Series” to refer to Microsoft’s next-generation console. Prior to this, including “Special The platform information of “Unit: Blockade Operation” and “Watchdogs: Legion” both say “Xbox Series X”.

In addition, the European rating agency PEGI uses “Xbox (2020)” instead of “Xbox Series X” in the platform information column to refer to Xbox’s next-generation platform. All the evidence points to Microsoft’s layout of next-generation consoles, not an Xbox Series X. The long-rumored low-cost (low-match) version of the next-generation console does exist.

Naijatechnews learned that at the beginning of the Xbox Series X release, there was news that Microsoft will also launch a low-profile version code-named “Lockhart”, but Microsoft has never admitted or disclosed relevant information. At present, Microsoft is mainly working on Xbox Series X is preparing for the launch, so it is still unknown whether there will be a low-profile console in this era and when it will be unveiled.

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