The new XBOX 720 is expected to make waves and hit the stores in December 2013. Though Microsoft has not confirmed any of its “hard facts” that not even the name is confirmed, the only probable thing that XBOX users can expect is that the robust XBOX 720 will either heighten the gamer’s experience where all the hitches and snags are corrected OR it may fail to execute and deliver what XBOX fans are hoping for.
Nevertheless, you can never be disappointed with the makers of the XBOX series. Their ultimate goal is to create more interactive series that will be more empowering and more daring than the XBOX 360. So what can our XBOX fans expect from the XBOX 720?
Currently, new information reveals that the XBOX 720 may come packed with a 1080p 3D support, Blu-ray player and DVR functionality. This is a clear indication that Microsoft is aiming to position the Xbox 720 as a sole does-it-all set-top box.
Rumor has it that Microsoft has also been domain shopping tearing up a big amount of Xbox urls. Some say that the new XBOX 720 may not be named so after all – speculations reveal that Microsoft may call it the XBOX Infinity.
According to Sean Tracy, technical designer of Crytek, the XBOX 720 is codenamed-Durango. Contrary to previous conjecture that was reported earlier, the XBOX 720 is carefully hidden to throw off its fans and possible copycats.
Whatever name they come up with, the verdict is always drawn through a player’s gaming experience once a new game comes out. On the other hand, Microsoft is keeping all information under wraps. Not even the released date is revealed.
Because the XBOX 720 remains a mystery to its spectators and fans, several opinions are flooding websites including blog sites. EvenBritish trade magazine MCV relates that Microsoft’s next Xbox intends to use a solid state drive instead of an optical drive. VG247 announced last April 2 2012 that the new XBOX 720 might use a graphics card that is equivalent to the AMD 7000 series.