Microsoft’s Xbox head releases next-generation Xbox core parts photos

2020 is an important start for gamers, not only because of the number of games this year, but also because Sony and Microsoft’s next-generation game console wars will officially begin at the end of the year. With the opening of CES 2020, the two companies are also starting to release news of the next generation of consoles. Today, Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft’s Xbox division, posted a photo of the Xbox Series X’s most important accessory on his personal Twitter feed.

Microsoft's Xbox head releases next-generation Xbox core parts photos

Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, posted a photo of the new generation of Xbox, the CPU used by a console called the Xbox Series X, via his personal Twitter profile, According to Windows Central. The core componentof of the chip is said to be much larger than the Xbox One X and therefore produces more heat, which may be why the Xbox Series X is specially designed for a vertical airway. The chip also featured 8K, Xbox Logo, Project Scariett and a QR code.

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Microsoft's Xbox head releases next-generation Xbox core parts photos

Spencer Phil also tweeted that he would actually carry the new CPU with him before the launch of the new Xbox, as he did before the Xbox One X. Phil Spencer also denied that he would attend CES 2020, saying he would stay at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, Washington.

It is reported that the Xbox Series X will be available in late 2020. It may not be the official next-generation Xbox console, as the naming also leaves room for other consoles.