It’s not official! AMD Microsoft admits new Xbox rendering at CES conference wrong

AMD showed off the Xbox Series X, an Xbox next-generation console that uses its own chips, at the CES 2020 conference. In the field announcement session, AMD’s broadcast generously showed every aspect of the new console, including microsoft’s previous lying back panel interface configuration on TGS. However, according to an emergency statement just issued by AMD and Microsoft spokesmen, “The Xbox Series X rendering used at amdCE Press Conferences does not come directly from Microsoft and does not accurately represent the design and functionality of the upcoming console.”

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A spokesman for AMD and Microsoft issued a clarification statement through The Verge: “These renderings were taken from turboSquid.com. “

It's not official! AMD Microsoft admits new Xbox rendering at CES conference wrong

It appears that AMD’s launch planners have misused the multiple Xbox Series X renderings provided by the site, which is clearly an embarrassing mistake for AMD and partner Microsoft, especially since Microsoft has been shunning the back panel configuration of the new console.

It's not official! AMD Microsoft admits new Xbox rendering at CES conference wrong

In conclusion, the new Xbox console interface configuration that came to light this morning is not yet credible, and players interested in next-generation Xbox are asked to wait for Microsoft’s official announcement.