- Microsoft is reportedly considering launching two versions of its next Xbox console, according to Kotaku.
- Microsoft has already confirmed that the next Xbox, codenamed Project Scarlett, will launch during the 2020 holiday season, and sources told Kotaku that Microsoft is developing two different versions of the console.
- The more powerful of the two consoles is codenamed Anaconda, while the less powerful version is codenamed Lockhart. Lockhart reportedly doesn’t have a disc drive, and would emphasize Microsoft’s digital Xbox subscription services.
- Microsoft has employed a similar strategy with its current console, the Xbox One. The $500 Xbox One X is the read more >>>