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Head of Xbox Phil Spencer made Microsoft's next-gen console official at the company's annual E3 press conference.
Still going by its reported code name, Project Scarlett, but a developer video [UNKNOWN] a custom AMD processor Four times as powerful as the Xbox One, and a holiday 2020 release window.
No word yet on pricing.
There was a brief glimpse at one launch title in particular, Halo infinite.
Nintendo's E3 2019 direct stream was the last press conference before the official start of the show And the company made for what's mostly a satisfying presentation.
A number of games will see 2019 releases including Link's Awakening, Luigi's Mansion 3, and a complete version of The Witcher 3.
We also got info about Super Smash Brothers Ultimate DLC characters and were teased about a sequel to Breath of the Wild It wasn't all good news though as Nintendo announced the highly anticipated animal crossing new horizons, was slipped to March of 2020.
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And finally, AT&T has set out cancellation notices to those who pre ordered the Galaxy Fold Citing Samsung's delay as the reason for cancellations, customers will receive a $100 AT&T promotional credit for their troubles.
We still don't have a concrete date for the release of the Galaxy Fold.
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