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Xbox Two “Scarlett” Coming In November 2020, Will Cost Around $500, Amazing Lineup Of Games

The Xbox Two reportedly codenamed as “Scarlett” or “Scarlet” is expected to be this next big console from Microsoft to rival against Sony’s upcoming next-gen hardware. With that, both the gaming community and tech enthusiasts alike are all excited for Microsoft’s future console and are wondering about its release date, price tag, specs, and features.

So When Is It Coming Out?

First revealed by Thurrott, the Xbox Two Scarlett is reportedly going to be released in 2020. Meanwhile, one article even speculates that it could be released on November 15, 2020, or perhaps sooner.

Coincidentally, this is the same year that Sony’s PlayStation 5 (PS5) is also expected to be released. Sure, there were also reports suggesting that it could be released in 2019, while back in May, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Tsuyoshi Kodera stated that it would be another three years before PlayStation made its next big move, which means that the PS5 won’t arrive until at least 2021 – Segment Next even reported that it could be in March. But despite all that, the most popular belief is that the PS5 is estimated to come in 2020.

So What Will Be Its Price Tag?

According to a report from Dexerto, the Xbox Two is estimated to feature a similar price tag of the PS5. The next-gen Sony hardware is rumored to feature a price tag of $500.

So What Will Be Its Specs?

Again from Dexerto, given that the Xbox Two expected to rival the PS5, it is expected to at least carry the same capabilities. Apparently, Sony’s next-gen hardware will have the power to run 4K/60fps.

It Will Have A Lineup Of Amazing Games?

Last week, YouTuber boogie2988 shared a rumor regarding the Xbox Two’s games. The YouTuber recounts his conversation with Xbox Corporate Vice President Mike Ybarra. Apparently, Xbox started writing blank checks to their game studios, asking them to make game titles of their “wildest dreams”.

Speaking of studios, yesterday we reported about a leak from Twitter-user Klobrille (@klobrille). According to the leak, Microsoft is currently “in active talks” with other studios (both big and small) to bolster up its lineup of potential Xbox and Windows 10 developers.

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