Microsoft currently working on the reptile-themed codenames for its X-box consoles. Previously, the Original X-box console codename was Durango and the Xbox One X posses arachnid-themed Scorpio codename. The Next generation X-box is expected to arrive in 2020 Codenamed Anaconda and also Microsoft is planning to ship two new consoles under “Scarlett” next-generation Xbox plans, it is first reported by Windows Central.
The next generation X-box Anaconda will be equal to the Xbox One X along with modified hardware and processors/graphics from AMD. It also consists of SSD storage to reduce the Game load times. Reportedly, Microsoft is working on another Console codenamed Lockhart which will be one of the affordable Xbox consoles.
Both of these consoles are capable of existing backward compatible Xbox and Xbox 360 games, and of course Xbox One titles. Apart from these two next-generation X-box consoles, Microsoft might be preparing a disc-less version of the Xbox One S for 2019. This news was first reported by Thurrott but now WindowsCentral has also claimed this news that Microsoft Giant will announce this Cheap Xbox as early as next Month, with Plans to start shipping it in Spring.
On the other hand, according to some speculations, Microsoft is planning a disc-to-digital program that will convert physical disc libraries into digital ones. Earlier, Microsoft planned this feature for the launch of Xbox One but later the company canceled it because of controversial online requirements and disc sharing concerns.
Microsoft next consoles will also focus on the company’s xCloud game streaming service. As for the next year, the company is also planning to open up public trials of the service and will make Xbox games available across PCs, phones, and consoles. A few days ago, Microsoft has announcedsome changes in its Edge browser for Windows 10 today, it will rely instead on Google’s browser software. The new browser codenamed is Anaheim which will use software from Chromium that is Google’s open-source project on whichChrome is based.