What Do You Expect From The Xbox Announcement?
This morning, the rumors about the next Xbox announcement were finally laid to rest.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that its next-generation Xbox will be revealed on May 21st at 10am PST. According to Microsoft, the system will “mark the beginning of a new generation of games, TV and entertainment.” It also stated that though it will show off a few new titles at E3 this June as well.
Naturally, the internet exploded with new rumors and speculation about the new Xbox. What is the price? Will always online be required? How many more pizza apps will be available at launch?
We asked you on Twitter what you expect from the next Xbox announcement, here are some of the best answers:
@ign to actually see the console lol
— Matthew Hayes (@matthew2p_hayes) April 24, 2013
@ign Overpriced console with rampant hardware failures and a poor launch line up.
— Space Lawyer (@BetaRayBob) April 24, 2013
@ign To be holding on to my #xbox360 for a while. LOL.
— Acer™ (@TheNewBoyWonder) April 24, 2013
@ign 1) Not always online. 2) Not always online. 3) Not always online.
— TheWorldWarGame (@TheWorldWarGame) April 24, 2013
@ign I expect a lot of disapproving frowns when they announce the “always-online” functionality.
— Alejandro Rivera (@ApunkALeX) April 24, 2013
@ign Hopefully not having to connect online at all times.
— Shausten (@ShawAustenWilli) April 24, 2013
@ign I want to see if they will support or expel any rumors about the Always Online function. This could make or break them.
— devon williams (@BlankOctober) April 24, 2013
More Food Apps:
@ign To be able to order Chinese food #xboxreveal
— Shadow (@hispanic1021) April 24, 2013
@ign I expect KFC app
— Dr.S (@Dr_Sakhr) April 24, 2013
@ign Release date and more Pizza features.
— David M. Lopez (@DavidMLopez1) April 24, 2013
@ign MOAR USHER!
— Eriq Martin (@Ereeeek) April 24, 2013
There you have it. What do you expect from the next Xbox? Leave your reaction to today’s announcement in the comments below and don’t forget to check back to IGN on May 21st for all of your live Xbox event coverage.
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