Peter Molyneux has dropped strange hints that his bizarre cube tapping game may have a connection to the next generation of Microsoft's Xbox.
The next Xbox could take over your set-top box, and might be launched as soon as 26 April, according to today's next-gen console gossip.
Microsoft has reportedly delayed the unveiling of the next Xbox by a month, after it was rumoured to be unveiling it in April.
The leaked information suggests Microsoft's new console will only use the disc drive to install games, and nothing more.
Microsoft has been kicked into action by Sony's PS4 unveiling, sources say, and will announce the next Xbox two months sooner than planned.
Documents suggest a future Microsoft platform will mandate motion-sensing peripheral and game installs and will allow multiple titles to be played at once.
Microsoft's next console is also tipped to use Blu-ray discs, and have an eight-core processor.
It's OK to shout. A new rumor suggests the next-generation Microsoft console will be willing to listen to what you have to say.
Sources say new machine will require constant broadband connection, block secondhand titles, and ship with a new iteration of Kinect.
The next-gen console will come with beefier hardware and a slew of other enhancements, says the magazine.