We'll see the next version of an Xbox, currently referred to by the code name Scarlett, in 2020.
That's the time frame given in a report from Thurott.com, at least, which also says Scarlett's actually a family of devices.
We know there's, though Microsoft hasn't given an official timeline.
"Our hardware team... is deep into architecting the next Xbox consoles," said Phil Spencer during Microsoft's press conference . He promised that the team will continue to "deliver on our commitment to delivering the benchmark on console gaming."
Microsoft declined to comment on the news. You can read all our E3 coverage here.
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