LASER_oneXM

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Is your launch day Xbox One seemingly a little grey around the temples these days, and you don't see the point in upgrading to an Xbox One S or the more powerful Xbox One X? Well, we know that Microsoft is currently developing its next generation Xbox console, and a new report suggests that the device may be a little over two years away.
This information comes from Thurrott, which indicates that the next Xbox is being developed under the codename Scarlett. However, the big news is that there won't just be a single device launched, as was the case with the Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Instead, Scarlett encompasses an entire family of devices.

The devices will reportedly launch in 2020, but given Microsoft's previous launch windows, we should expect the device no later than around October 2020.

What is unknown, however, is what will differentiate these rumored multiple Xbox devices. One possible scenario is that we could see a “standard” next-gen entry in the same vein as the Xbox One S along with a chest-thumping 4K beast like the current Xbox One X. One other possibility is that Microsoft could produce an even lower-cost basic streaming box that is compatible with Xbox wireless controllers and only supports streaming content. This is just a hypothesis on our part, but it could be possible given Microsoft's intention to bring game streaming to all types of devices.
 

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Next PlayStation is expected around the same time.

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For existing owners of PS4 / Slim and Xbox One / One S, without a 4K/HDR display. Is it worth upgrading to the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, or not?
 
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LASER_oneXM

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....unfortunately i dont really have an idea about gaming consoles. PC hardware for 4k games is stil very expensive... ...i couldnt really find a clear recomendation for 4k hardware on the web in the past... ... costs are still very/too high.
 
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