Xbox Two Release Date

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The Xbox Two Release Date will be in November 15, 2020 (Updated Release Date) or sooner. The Xbox One X Release Date will be in November 7th, 2017 offering gamers the ability to play all of your old games and the new ones.

When Microsoft announced the Xbox One S, everybody was expecting it, but when Phil Spencer took the stage at the end of E3 2016 and announced Xbox One X, we had some serious news on our hands. He promised "the most powerful console ever built." It's coming in holiday 2017, and the biggest question on everyone's mind is "When will we know the details and the exact release date?"

Now we know:

Xbox One X Unveiled at E3 2017

There was some speculation as to whether Microsoft would hold a pre-E3 show to announce Scorpio and discuss details. This would be similar to what Sony did with the PS4 Pro. However, Phil Spencer confirmed in a blog post that they would full unveil Xbox One X at E3 2017 during their media briefing.

Now we know! Xbox One X is coming November 7th, 2017 for a cool price of $499! The future of gaming is here, and we couldn't be more excited.

Is Xbox One X, Xbox 2?

Normally, that wouldn't even be a question, but in a post PS4 Pro world, we have to wonder if it's truly a next generation console, or something iterative like the Pro, which Sony has explicitly stated is not the PS5.

Typically, we classify generational leaps as a jump in power that's significant when compared to the last console. That's why models like the Xbox One S don't count, because they're largely the same.

Now, Xbox One X is promising things like native 4K and hi-fidelity VR which is something you would normally expect from only the most powerful PC rigs.

Another major component of a "new generation" is usually a new format, and in many cases, the inability to play older titles (unless there's backwards compatibility). This is where things get murky with Xbox One X, because Microsoft is trying to break down the walls between generations as we know them.

XBox Release Date History
Original XBox Release Date November 15, 2001
Time Between 3 years, 5 months, 27 days
XBox 360 Release Date May 12, 2005
Time Between 8 years, 6 months and 10 days
XBox One Release Date November 22, 2013
Time Between 3 years, 11 months, 16 days
XBox One X Release Date
"Xbox One X"
November 7, 2017
(After PS4 Pro Before PS5)
Time Between 3 years, 8 days
XBox Two Release Date November 15, 2020

Microsoft's own Aaron Greenberg spoke with Engadget about Scorpio and they asked him if this was the final console generation.

To this, Greenberg said, "I think it is. For us, we think the future is without console generations. We think that the ability to build a library, a community, to be able to iterate with the hardware--we're making a pretty big bet on that with Project Scorpio. We're basically saying, 'This isn't a new generation; everything you have continues forward and it works.' We think of this as a family of devices."

He went on to say that Microsoft is planning to learn from the reaction to Xbox One X and if it's a big success, they believe it will change the future of consoles as we know it. Of course, the ability to bring forward all of your games and accessories is something new for the industry.

Backwards compatibility is, at it's best, just the games. Even that has been hard to get with the past few generations, but Microsoft is promising that everything will go forward with you to Xbox One X. Furthermore, Scorpio isn't planning on having any exclusive games ,except for VR titles.

That means even the new games will work on your older system. This makes gamers like me wonder how much better Scorpio can be if the games are required to work on older systems too. Greenberg went on to say,

"I think the really important thing for people to understand is the nut we've tried to crack here is ensuring we hit hardware innovation at the same time we ensure compatibility. That term of an upgrade is gone. We are wiping out those generational boundaries. As a gamer, it's pretty cool. Because then I know the games I buy and play today and the controllers I use today are going to work on that machine of tomorrow. And that's the real major step-change."

Knowing this, it's hard to really say that Xbox One X really is Xbox Two, but with Microsoft's new approach to an "Xbox Family" Xbox One X stands as something new and different. In the end, Xbox One X is more of a test of the waters, and an extension of the current generation. It's not a true next generation console, and therefore can't be labeled Xbox Two.

A tweet on Phil Spencer's account shows that Microsoft is already thinking ahead, perhaps even past Scorpio:

So, Xbox One X won't be the last we see of Microsoft, which means that the Xbox 2 is still coming. That focus on backwards and forwards compatibility is cool, but it holds back the potential of the console if games that come out have to work on the old and new systems.

It would be best if Xbox One games worked on Xbox One X, but new games were exclusive to the console. Even so, the X is exists in a space similar to the PS4 Pro, and isn't a truly next generation machine, despite its power.

The Xbox Family: What it Means For The Future

Microsoft is referring to their trio of consoles (Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X) as the Xbox Family. They are driving home the concept that no gamer will be left behind. If you buy an Xbox game, you can play it on any of the console within that family, and the same goes for your controllers and accessories.

The benefit of course, is that playing games on Xbox One X, will allow you to play them in 4K and with potential graphical upgrades like we see on the PS4 Pro. Since Xbox One X is so powerful, though, we have to wonder how much of a difference we’ll be seeing.

A leaked document in January of 2017 revealed some of the console’s specs and how developers can take advantage of them. We did a little digging ourselves and discovered some interesting information from reputable sources like Digital Foundry.

We found that developers have the option to use the system’s power for things besides resolution. The examples they used were higher fidelity shadows, reflections, texture filtering, draw distances, and so on.

Furthermore, we discovered that Thomas Mahler who created Ori and the Blind Forest on Xbox One, has seen what Xbox One X has to offer and he describes it as a “full blown next-gen machine.” Despite this comment, Xbox One X is held back by its requirement to have games that are compatible on every version of the Xbox One.

So, Microsoft is making the games compatible across all the systems. That way you’re always a part of the family. What’s more interesting is the Play Anywhere program, which ropes PC gamers into the mix. Essentially, you can buy a game on Xbox, then play it on PC as well and transfer your saves.

Recently, a sequel to Shadow of Mordor was announced entitled Middle Earth: Shadow of War. This sequel is releasing on August 25th, and the developer has confirmed it will have features on Xbox One X. Whether that’s simply 4K or something more remains to be seen.

How long and how large this “Xbox Family” will grow is an interesting point of discussion. Will Xbox 2 also have games that play on everything back down to Xbox One, or will the family get broken up then? We don't think it's just a possibility, we think it's inevitable.

How The Xbox Family Will Play Into Console Generations and Lead to Xbox 2

The concept of the Xbox One Family is unique, and it does offer Microsoft the ability to extend and iterate on a generation, but it's not future-proof. Eventually, that family will need to graduate to a new generation. Xbox One X offers Microsoft the chance to keep this generation for a few more years, but the Xbox Two will mark the beginning of a new family.

When we think of console generations, we usually think of them as single consoles. The original Xbox, the Xbox 360, and the Xbox One. The problem with that structure, is that technology is moving too fast for one console to meet the needs of an entire generation.

Instead, an iterative approach makes more sense here. One generation, spread across multiple consoles that get incrementally more powerful as you move up the chain. This way, Microsoft can stay competitive in terms of power, but also keep multiple hardware releases within that same family.

This is the smartest way to move forward, but even Phil Spencer has to know that the path forward means leaving something behind at some point. Xbox One X will get its time in the limelight, but the next console from Microsoft will mark the beginning of a new and separate generation. Another branch in the family tree if you will, called Xbox Two, that spawns its own consoles within the same generation, thus keeping things competitive while grouping multiple consoles into one generation.

VR on Xbox: All The Options

Another thing we know about Xbox One X, is that it will have support for VR. These titles will be exclusive to the platform, since Xbox One won’t be getting a VR solution. The question that’s on our minds, is who will be manufacturing the headset?

On the one hand, Oculus Rift seemed like a solid choice, but then Microsoft announced its own line of Windows 10 VR headsets in late 2016.

What we do know, is that the headsets are being made by different manufacturers and will start at $300 for the base model. The entire line of headsets also supports inside-out tracking sensors which removes the need for a camera or external sensor.

These are different than the HoloLens, which is an augmented reality headset. For the time being, it’s assumed that these headsets will still be wired in nature. Current partners listed were HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer, so it stands to reason that one of these manufacturers are working on a variation of their Windows 10 headset for Xbox One X.

Some of these manufacturers are already working on headsets. Acer is working with Starbreeze to create the high-end line of StarVR headsets. Asus has a leather strapped headset, and AntVR is partnering with Lenovo for mobile VR setups.

Regardless, Microsoft is promising “hi-fidelity” VR that is supposed to compete with Sony’s PlayStation VR solution. VR will come after the console’s release in holiday 2017.

Virtual reality and, by extension, augmented reality, are a growing industry. So far, the technology has been well-received and PlayStation's VR solution is no slouch either. While we've been promised VR on Xbox One X, by the time the console receives virtual reality, it may be outdated.

Let's say that Xbox One X does get the Oculus Rift, or something equivalent. This is a first generation VR headset. It works great, but it's the first step. It also requires a lot of power to work properly. Xbox One X has this power, but when the next wave of VR headsets comes, will the "most powerful console" have enough horsepower to meet the needs of a future VR solution?

What about the HoloLens? Could it even work on an Xbox One X? The answer to both these questions is a shaky "maybe." Xbox One X will indeed get VR, but next generation VR will be reserved for an even more powerful console: The Xbox 2.

The next wave of headsets will have increased resolution, wireless capability, and technologies like eye tracking to make the experience even more convincing. Depending on how VR does on the Xbox One X, we could see a launch of the Xbox Two with a VR headset that is specific to the platform and matches the new headsets of that era.

We already know that the VR titles for Xbox One X will be exclusive to the platform and not compatible with Xbox One, which is to be expected. These will be the first games to stand outside the Xbox Family, and they will set the precedent for the future of VR on the Xbox 2 when it releases. .

Predicting the Xbox 2 Price

Microsoft is in the midst of a transition between the past and the future. While the Xbox One had some misfires, Xbox One X is looking to come out of the gate swinging with it's high-end specs, VR support, and native 4K. Phil Spencer hasn't said much on the price, but what he has said assures us that it will be more than Xbox One S, and priced at $499.

What does this mean for the inevitable next generation console in the future? One thing is certain, gamers will speculate, and we will be right there with them. Join us as we explore the Xbox Two Price!

The Xbox One

Xbox One release dateXbox One is well into its lifespan, and with Xbox One S, gamers have two models to choose from until Xbox One X releases. Things have been good for the console, but we’ve had some downturns, such as the cancellation of Scalebound which was looking to be a solid exclusive from Platinum Games.

With the aforementioned “Xbox Family” in place, the lifespan of the Xbox One is an interesting concept. Since gamers will be able to play their games on both Scorpio and Xbox One (or the S), it lends a longer lifespan to the console.

Despite Microsoft promising not to leave anyone behind, at some point in the future, they’ll need to trim the family. I imagine this will happen with Xbox Two or if they really stretch it, the console after that.

We kind of assumed Xbox One would last ten years, but this new revelation that games will go forward and backward could make it last even longer, but not by much I imagine. Scorpio releases in 2017, and I would bet that Xbox One won’t make it much past the ten year mark which would be 2023.

At the pace of technological development, it will just become too obsolete by then to warrant games being backwards compatible. It will be dead weight for the Xbox Two.

The Xbox 360

xbox 360 release dateIf we call the lifespan of the Xbox five years, then the Xbox 360 will have doubled that of its predecessor by the time it is finally phased out. Although the 360 had a relatively shaky start as consoles go with the red ring of death a constant thorn in the side of gamers, and losses reported in the initial months of trading, the success of this beloved console soon picked up.

The Xbox 360 made it an admirable ten years from 2005 to 2016.

The Xbox

xbox release dateSome young gamers today will have been born after the debut of Microsoft’s very first entry into the world of the games console. The Xbox was launched in November of 2001, and was in direct competition with the PlayStation 2 from Sony, along with other now-retro consoles - the Dreamcast from Sega and the GameCube from Nintendo. Despite the Xbox’s successes, notably adding an Ethernet port to allow easy online gaming, the Xbox was swiftly discontinued after the launch of its successor in November, 2005. Support for the original Xbox continued until 2009, however no new games were released for it after Madden NFL 09 in August, 2008.

Latest News

Ubisoft's CEO Believes Xbox 2 is at Least 2 Years Away

While the Xbox One X released in November 2017, it's hard to imagine that we would see the Xbox 2 any time soon, but Ubisoft's CEO seems to think it could be here in two years. On an investor call, Yves Guillemot said they believe that the Xbox 2 is at least 2 years away. The opinion of a major publisher like this is a major one, so it could mean the Xbox One X is only going to be relevant for a few years before it's replaced by a new system.

Xbox One X announced at E3 2017

We now have a name for Project Scorpio, and it's the Xbox One X! It's coming out November 7th, 2017 at $499. As expected, it's not a next generation console, but a super-powered version of the Xbox One. While it will certainly extend the current generation, the Xbox 2 is still coming.

Find out everything Microsoft announced at E3 2018 in our full article!

Xbox One X Specs Leak!

A whitepaper meant for developers was leaked, and the people at Digital Foundry broke it down. We dove in to see what all the fuss was about and we discovered some interesting information about Xbox One X. We also scoured the forums and discovered that an Xbox developer has spoken out about the leaked specs and his opinion is quite interesting! Find out more in the full article!

Xbox One X Promises "True 4K and Hi-Fidelity VR"

The official landing page for Xbox One X/Xbox Two has been updated to show a few promises. Namely, they are "True 4K" and "Hi-Fidelity VR." What does Microsoft mean by these terms. More importantly, how will they integrate these promises into the price and structure of a console? We take apart this news and examine it in our full article!

Phil Spencer Says "Don't Worry" About Xbox Two's Price

Phil Spencer doesn't want people worrying about how much the Xbox Two will cost. He's confident people won't be shocked by the price point, but he's also reminding people that this is a "premium" console. What's his reasoning behind this advice? Find out in our full article!

Xbox One X Announced

At E3 2016, Phil Spencer announced a new console coming from Microsoft. It has a release date of holiday 2017 and it is promised to be "the most powerful console ever made." Ladies and gentlemen, I think we have a release date and it is November 7th, 2017.

Find out more by clicking the link above and checking out the full article!

We’ll be keeping you up to date with the very latest when it comes to the release date of the Xbox Two so check back frequently to discover any new snippets of information on the rumor mill.

Xbox Two Confirmed

This is huge for us here at Xbox Two Gamers. Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft's Xbox Division, spilled the beans that Microsoft is indeed planning on doing another console after the Xbox One. Did he call it the Xbox 2? Find out in the full article!

Why Xbox 2 Needs to Happen Sooner than Later

The environment of the industry is showing signs of massive acceleration. The Xbox One will be out of date before we know it. In this article we take a look at the major factors that suggest the Xbox Two should be here sooner rather than later.

Microsoft Lays Off 60 Members of the HoloLens Team

This is rough news for everyone involves. After deciding that they wanted to "switch focus" Microsoft laid off the entirety of its HoloLens team in Israel. Not only is that harsh, but it raises questions about the HoloLens and whether its future is in jeopardy.

Former Xbox Boss Talks Xbox Two

Robbie Bach, the previous chief of the Xbox division, spoke with GeekWire and made some pretty exciting comments about the Xbox Two and other emerging technologies. You'll want to read this one.

GeekWire's Podcast With Robbie Bach

This is the source for the Robbie Bach article. If you're curious about what else he said during the podcast, check out this link for the full details.

Will Microsoft Buy AMD?

AMD is the manufacturer of the chipsets that power the Xbox One and the PS4. If Microsoft were to buy out the company, they would have a huge edge over the competition. Sony would literally have to pay Microsoft just to make their consoles. Find out if these rumors have any truth to them in the full article!

What The HoloLens Means For Xbox 2

The HoloLens is Microsoft's new augmented reality headset. While it hasn't been released yet, it joins several other headsets in the virtual reality field which could point towards a future where this type of gear is used consistently across the new consoles. Find out what the HoloLens means for Xbox 2!

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x box two

x box two is amzan gaming system. loving it

xbox two

Bro The Xbox two is not even out till 2020

x box two

x box two $700 +3 games with tax.

Xbox 2

Is $700 the actual price for the Xbox 2

xbox

dude i support xbox and sony not to mention nintendo by the time xbox 2 comes out there will be a ps5 not to mention nintendo's next 6 gen console which will have little better graphics than xbox one and ps4 and by the time xbox 3 and ps6 come out nintendo's 7th console will graphics will be little better than xbox 2 and ps5

pS5

PS5 comes out tin 2022

Xbox Two

I would love to pre own one of those but it would take a long time to wait 5 years Microsoft's making us wait

Xbox 2

The Xbox 2 looks cool but if it costs a lot of money then it would be a waist of time making it ( but I might get it) if its not a lot of money. :)

Xbox 2

Dude no matter what the xbox two will cost $300+ because the xbox one still cost $300. So why would they make a newer console less than the one that came before.

Xbox 2

@Owen on Sun,
Because when the Xbox One came out, not a lot of people bought it because of the price but since it's cheaper and way better , way more people will buy. It's called good marketing.

XBOX 2 SYSTEM

I CAINT WAIT FOR THE NEW XBOX 2 SYSTEM COMES OUT I HOPE IT COMES OUT IN 2017 BEFORE PS5 COMES THE PS5 IS COMING IN 2018

Your an idiot

If you read the whole thing you would've read that it said it was coming out with PS5 in 2020

xbox 2

How do you know the xbox 2 is coming out in 2018?

PlayStation vs xbox

i believe that PlayStation is better than Xbox because Sony is coming out with a ps5 and ps4 is the top selling console on the market.

who cares

they both are good systems and have good graphics so what if xbox has problems so does ps4, ps4 always gets hacked and both systems have the same games that come out for it

Games

The Xbox Consoles have more games than playstation including the Just Cause series, the Forza motersport series and the Forza horizon series

Success

No matter what some say the Xbox is a very unique product with a history of high success with a game library of thousands of successful games.

The Xbox is what the gaming market needs to rival the monopoly of other tech companies like Sony and Nintendo.

Playstation VS Xbox

That's debatable when sony has had there servers hacked so many times, and the quality of xbox gold to sonys play store or w/e its called now is clearly a huge difference in microsofts favor.

Xbox

Xbox is awseome so going to get it

xbox vs playstation

i think its way to soon to get either system im sure there well be lots wrong with these 1st batch of new consoles. im going to wait a year or price drop,

Naaaa.... wait for the PS5!!!

before the ps4 and xbox one came out, more people were buying xbox 360 than ps3. now in 2014/15, more people are starting to buy playstation 4's cus i believe the xbox one is NOT better than the PS4.. THE PS4 has got better entertainment is the reason. cant you tell that the ps5 will be better than the xbox two??? ps has just got a boost since the ps4 came out.

Xbox two

Xbox family you are the best and the smartest!!!

Really? Why?

It could be a lame console considering the fact that xbox one had a lot of late updates, and the concept controller looks like its going to be a touch screen controller which will be bad(windows phone controller). To gain more hype for the next console they need to announce it five years into making the console. It also looks like a green playstation. Usually I am loyal to xbox but this is just weird they might as well tell us a component of the xbox two, a better name would have been nice...seems as if they are desperate, im not trying to hate on xbox either but xbox must have a lot of wisdom to be announcing this soon.

WHY

Why all the new consoles?XBOX 360,ps3,wii,wii-u,they held up pretty well.Why do we need new?Like xbox1 or ps4.We don't need them.XBOX 360 RULES!(and so does Link)

Refresh ?

But why not making Refreshes of the Xbox every one or two years ??? i mean Apple is doing it, Microsoft is doing it with all their other devices... avec the Xbox is just a PC in a pretty box now ! so every year we have new CPU, GPU... we could with juste an upgrade of the GPU have all the games in full HD 1080p and next year or in two years (when the price is low enough) we could even have a 4K xbox for crying out loud !!!

for now i stick to my Xbox 360... as i am not really happy with the Xbox One Hardware :'(

xbox 2

PS5 sucks djck mother facker

ps5 better

Ps5 gonna be better than an Xbox and you just saying ps5 suck because you can't afford one you b I t c h

omfg

DO you not know that ps4 is way better than Xbox one and that ps5 will be better than Xbox two,you suck,ps.suck your thumb:)

got ONE

got the new xbox 2 youre not gonna believe wot it can do ???? whant ONE

ps5

Xbox 2 vs ps5=ps5 cause sony has the power in xbox360 vs ps3 xbox 360 was the best but sony realized from their mistakes and that is why ps4 is awesome but if you have ps5 you could link HDMI to windows 10 but xbox one is windows 8 that means in windows 11 times xbox2 will have windows 10 and how could ps4 beat xbox one if xbox includes windows for xbox2 you could make it good if you know that windows 10 has a small start menu windows 8 had start menu problems change the start menu make a tablet mode a pc mode phone mode and make a easy controller like ps5 and make the controller more likely like a pc and half xbox but xbox2 lost ps5 won

xbox and ps

I love my xbox 360 and don't plan on upgrading to the xbox one (or two) anytime soon. But I think it would be awesome and very smart if Microsoft and Sony would team up on a system to link xbox and ps games and servers together. They could call it PlayBox or something and if it was backwards compatible for both sides that system would dominate

Xbox Two

The Xbox One is a great console. Microsoft did a lot of things right, yet so did Sony. The biggest advantage for Sony was they mainly focused on the gaming experience. Microsoft, however, felt it would be a good idea to put all of your entertainment into one console. They failed. I personally use the HDMI In port for my 360, so I can play the both without having to switch channels.

Another reason why Sony is dominating Microsoft is because the PlayStation 4 has now power brick, and is thinner and smaller than the Xbox One. Microsoft should at least release a slim version of the Xbox One as they did with the Xbox 360. I would expect the new Xbox, or as many are calling it the Xbox Two or Xbox 720, to be released some time anywhere from 2018-2021. Microsoft should ditch the power brick, or incorporate it into the consle, and make the console smaller. Another thing is the new Xbox One update just rolled out and it's a spoofed up version of Windows 10. They should just start from scratch with a new, cleaner OS.

War on our creative entertainment

I think people should see microsoft for which it is, being look at how Gates got his business. He ripped off his friend and made a ton of money. He then creates xbox, or he has someone to create it. That was cool because I liked new things and it was different and fun. When xbox 360 came out it was about money and stealing the market, because look at how they pushed it out too early and a lot and I mean a lot of people suffered from this in console failure. Then microsoft pays a ton of money to developers for exclusivity because they knew playstation 3 was so powerful that it would ruin them, and the fact it was more difficult to make games because it was something new to developers. This being said xbox only got fans because of better games coming to it on xbox 360, when ps3 was having a hard time with new technology in the hands of those who didn't understand it, being developers. So sony got wise and made there next playstation based off of what developers were wanting to make game with, hence the ps4. Now developers are choosing ps4 because of the right choice for gamers. Microsoft failed at its attempt to take over the market for greed, now we can all begin to see this for which it is. I mean when the ps3 came out it took pc a few years to reach the power of what it could achieve, that to me was astounding. If you are a true gamer you will have realized these things by now and would have supported the right company for the right reason, not just because your a fan. I have to say sony was not at a war microsoft was. Its really that simple to understand.

no difference

i dont know why people keep saying which system is better they both have good graphics and both can play the same games and xbox just got compatible so they are both really good systems and so what if xbox has problems all the time so does ps4, xbox servers are down alot but they get them up pretty fast, ps4 always gets hacked and always has problems too so shut up if your like the ps4 is so much better just becuase you have the ps4 dosent mean you have like it just because you have it

Xbox one

I think it would be stupid to come out with a new console sooner than later. Most people don't even get the new console until its been out a year or two. If they released the Xbox 2 sooner than most people wouldn't get the chance to enjoy the Xbox one.

PS Wannabes

Hey all you guys who think PlayStation is better but commenting on an Xbox webpage. Why are all you guys reading an Xbox page but like PlayStation. It makes no sense, all you guys are doing is looking for an argument. Sure both consoles have ups and downs, but everyone has their preferences. So you can't really say PlayStation is better than Xbox. Maybe to you it is, but not for everyone. So please keep your dirty PlayStation wannabe comments NOT on an Xbox page.

Xbox One is better than the PS4

The Xbox One is a lot more better than the PS4, because the Xbox One doesn`t charge people more money just to play the Xbox 360 games online on the Xbox One GameSystem. But the PS4 does charge people money just to play the PS3 games on the PlayStation Store Online on the PS4 GameSystem. The Xbox One is always better than the PS4

seems legit

PS4 has well doubled the Xbox 1 sales... obviously people don't mind paying slightly extra if they are spending hundreds of dollars on games and a console in the first place.

Xbox 2

How about some liquid cooling

XBOXTWO

I Want XBOXTWO so bad tho like around 2017 .I wish Come true tho

xbox 2

the xbox one hasnt even been out for 5 years yet and all of you are talking about a new xbox look at the 360 they are still coming out with games and updates for it so dont get your hopes up about a new xbox because the x1 is going to be around for a long time

360

Don't know where u get your info Buddie but Xbox 360 is DONE? No more games r being made. U can't get Any new games for Xbox 360

And Nintendo NX?

I'am seeying all yours say ¡Xbox Two v.s. PS5 on 2020 yeah!
And nintendo NX will be here on 2017-2018
:v

PS wannabes reply

RAT
seriously think is the PS a wannabe of Xbox?
Pff
Serious?
The playstation 1 is from 1995 and the Xbox from 2001
DERP

great offer

I like those

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