|The Scarlett Project Xbox comes in 2020, and is waging war on download screens|
As unveiled during the Xbox E3 2019 press conference, the next-generation Xbox console will arrive at the end of next year, according to developers, will handle the war on download screens. I'm in it.
"This is not just the launch of a controller, it's about the future of the games," said Phil Spencer of Xbox, announcing the next-generation console.
Interestingly, Microsoft has not given the name of the new console yet, but instead will work with the symbolic name of the Xbox Project Scarlett at the moment - similar to what you did with Xbox Project Scorpio before it became Xbox One X.
Although no specific details have been confirmed as to the date of the final release, or any tariff for a price, we now have an idea of what Microsoft's priorities are in terms of development power - namely that it is designed for one thing, and one thing only: games.
The dev video said it would give "more than 40x more performance compared to the current generation and will display" four generations of content as you've never seen before, "which seems to indicate that Xbox Project Scarlett will continue to support Xbox One's strong backward compatibility.
No doubt Microsoft will have more to add in the near future, but players, this is official. Next generation begins holiday 2020.