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XBox Two Release Date, Price & Specs: Console Better Than PS4 NEO?

Update Date: May 17, 2016 06:16 AM EDT

To further solidify brewing rumors that Xbox Two will be launch anytime in the market soon, Phil Spencer, CEO of Xbox made it public that the Microsoft gaming console will be reintroduced with a sizeable amount of alterations and upgrades for its users.

According to Game Guide, Spencer revealed that he is not quite supportive of the offshoot Xbox 1.5 and would much rather concentrate on Xbox Two in advancing their gaming console as they would prefer to do it in "big numbers."

The Xbox Two is understood to more than just a next-generation gaming console, especially with its rumored specifications. Microsoft is willing to contend with the Playstation 4.5 thus it will also have the same speculated 4K resolution as the Playstation 4.5. Both, however, are capitalizing on a compromising backwards title compatibility set-up.

It has also been speculated that the Xbox Two will showcase will back virtual reality games and the Windows 10 format and a much-improved GPU to counter the Playstation 4.5

With Sony already fanning the flames for a Playstation 5 it is expected that the Xbox Two will be out in the market prior to the predecessor of the PlayStation 4.5. The Xbox Two will have an AMD chipset for the aforementioned backwards compatibility as well as a possible attuned to a Steam set-up - thus, Microsoft may be tempted to remove the disk drives.

With the taking out of the drives, Microsoft could be looking into an internet connection and server to play basis for the upcoming console. Then again, Xbox Two could still be offering physical copies but with base model options and possibly some console models will be featuring a bigger hard drive capacity.

Microsoft has still kept it all secret on the exact date of launching but more news could be available at the upcoming E3 2016.

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