“Xbox 720” slated for November 2013 release?

May 24, 2012

News

A recent report from the Los Angeles Times states that Microsoft’s upcoming console is predicted to be released in November of next year, ahead of the holiday sales schedule. The report refers to a document between Activision Blizzard and Bungie with plans to develop a new MMO first-person shooter for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft’s next console, tentatively titled the “Xbox 720”. The document also states a planned release date of November 2013 – assuming the game is being released to different platforms at the same time. This is exciting news for anyone waiting for *any* details on the next Microsoft console. Stay tuned as we cover any information leaks, and tune in to our E3 live coverage coming soon.

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Jonathan ‘Argus9′ Zisser has been an avid gamer for over 20 years. His early years of playing the NES with his father helped springboard his interest in gaming, and has eventually matured into an avid following for the gaming industry. Studying Computer Engineering at Stony Brook University also gave him insight into the more technical side of video games. A passionate writer as well, Jonathan loves conveying his experiences and opinions by creating engaging articles as often as possible. More often than not, he tries to break down today’s industry and write editorials that make his readers think.

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One Comment on ““Xbox 720” slated for November 2013 release?”

  1. RockN Says:

    If this turns out to be true, I reckon the graphical gap between the Wii U and its true competition will be much smaller than people believe.

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