Apr 29 2013, 7:28am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
The next Xbox (not conclusively named yet) will be introduced before a rapt audience on May 21st. It will be met with cheers and applause. The cause of this standing ovation is the fine-tuned features it carries in its core. The news according to Polygon
had it that the Xbox 360’s systematic procedures had just undergone renewal and rejuvenation. A new generational approach to video viewing and protection against piracy were two other factors in the mix. On the whole, the features had been expanded beyond belief.
Sharing moving pictures of games being played via Facebook is available on the new and improved Xbox 720 or Xbox Next as rumors had it. There are also present images of next Xbox thing on Reddit and Twitter. It is in rumors that these are leaked logo images of new generation Xbox and name suggested from these is "Xbox Infinity". This has become such an addictive need that a “Share” button has been provided exclusively for this purpose. You can even retrace your gaming footsteps and choose the main points. The access to these “awe-inspiring actions” will be available only in next generation games. Furthermore, the videos can be cast on YouTube directly with the least effort. The new console will be operational at all times. And all you require in order to get it going is a reliable Internet connection. Game playing was never that smoothly satisfying as the next generation Xbox will make it.
And the quantity of friends you make will be virtually limitless. That is a plus point worth taking note of. Microsoft has bet its bottom dollar on this baby and it has turned out to be a winner. The Xbox 720 will contain DRM which prevents vicious pirates from invading the system. Finally, the meaningless issue over the name has the gaming crowd quite irritated if not vexed. The general opinion is that the simple and terse epithet of “Xbox” will do for now. The ultimate decision lies in the hands of the parent company which is none other than Bill Gates’ Microsoft. Its choice will be the last word.
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