Court Docs Reveal Microsoft Is Planning Xbox Series X Refresh With New Controller In 2024
Microsoft and Xbox representatives appeared in court various times earlier this year to get its colossal $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard legally approved. As usual, specific documents, emails, and more were sealed away from the public and press during court proceedings. However, various unseen documents have leaked, which is how we learned Xbox head Phil Spencer considered acquiring Nintendo and Warner Bros. Games at one point. Other documents point to Microsoft’s plans for an Xbox Series X/S refresh next year alongside a new controller that features gyro, haptic feedback, and more, as reported by The Verge.
The Xbox Series X refresh is known as “Brooklin” and, most notably, does not have a disc drive, much like Sony’s PlayStation 5 Digital Edition, which costs less than the disc version of the PS5. Microsoft’s internal documents state, “Brooklin will deliver 4K Gen9 console gaming with more internal storage, faster Wi-Fi, reduced power, a more immersive controller and a beautiful redesign that elevates the all-digital experience of the Xbox ecosystem.”
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