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Xbox 720 to be showcased by Microsoft this week?

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Microsoft will showcase the Xbox 720 later this week, new reports have suggested.

Tipped to be demonstrated internally within the company ahead of an imminent public unveiling, latest reports have suggested Microsoft will showcase the Xbox 720 at a selection of conferences to coincide with the company’s entering into its new financial year.

According to a newly emerged company conference timetable, Microsoft will show off a selection of the PS4 rivals’ features and abilities to a selection of high-up executives and important, high-profile business partners, such as developers and retailers.

Seemingly set to delve into all manner of the as yet unconfirmed console’s capabilities, Microsoft has been rumoured to be planning on showcasing the Xbox 720 at conferences entitled “Xbox Games,” “Xbox Deep Dive,” and “Xbox Gold.” The existing Xbox 360 console is reportedly set for a single conference of its own.

Although Microsoft has yet to officially acknowledge that it is working on a new, next-gen console, recent rumours have suggested that an Xbox 720 launch event will be held on April 26, a little over two months after Sony’s recent PS4 unveiling.

Xbox 720 Rumours

Expected to line up as a rival to the newly unveiled PS4 and existing Nintendo Wii U, the Xbox 720 has been tipped to play host to an impressive array of innards with an eight-core processor and 8GB of RAM reportedly given the nod for the next-gen device.

Whilst it has been claimed that the Xbox 720 will bar users from playing pre-owned games, it has also been suggested that, unlike the PS4, Microsoft’s future console will be back compatible with previous Xbox titles.

Said to come boxed with a revised Kinect 2 peripheral, it is expected that the Xbox 720 will focus heavily on being an all-encompassing home entertainment device with improved, almost Siri-esque voice commands rumoured to be introduced, allowing gamers to have more natural interactions with the device.

What would you like to see Microsoft incorporate within the Xbox 720 or are you already sold by the PS4? Let us know via the TrustedReviews Twitter and Facebook feeds or through the comment boxes below.

Via: NowGamer

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Rajko Mutic

March 4, 2013, 4:36 pm

microsoft will showcase the xbox 720 later on this week, news reports suggest? no the way you should have wrote that is news reports suggest that microsoft will release the xbox 720 later on this week. stop trying to trick people into reading your articles, thats not what you call trusted reviews. thats like me saying you won 20 million on lotto, if your numbers come out.


March 4, 2013, 11:12 pm

No used games is a real problem.... I've been burned too many times to go blow $60 bucks and finish it in 4 hours....

Shaun Robertson

March 5, 2013, 9:20 am

why say will release the xbox this week ? they certainly aint RELEASEN IT! no will they to xmas season all they will be doing as a announcement! at most they will be finally hand over specs and a few select pictures of games / console lol as they wont wont to effect showcasing of console in april lol


March 5, 2013, 3:19 pm

I've been in on Xbox since it first released and love it the whole time, but I'm not blindly loyal enough to stay with Xbox if they implement an anti-used games feature. I WILL switch to the PS4 if that happens. I know the used games market hurts publishers and developers, but if they want to bring in new buyers then release games at variable levels instead of a flat cost of $60 for even the most terrible games. I know AAA titles will be top price level for the new system (probably $70 if they go up $10 like they always seem to with new systems), but if you're releasing a new untested IP, then release it for $20 less and get some positive buzz and people will be happy to try.


March 5, 2013, 5:26 pm

Which "reports"? You haven't linked to any source material....

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