New Disc-Less Xbox Series X Revealed In FTC Document Leak
Moments ago, the news broke regarding a series of leaked documents from the FTC vs. Microsoft trail, revealing several projects underway within Microsft – including an all-new Xbox Series X without a disc tray named ‘Project Brooklin’. It’s a cylindrical, 2 TB unit with a brand-new controller design that’s penned to be released in 2024, according to the leaked documents.
A Monumental Leak
According to Tom Warren of The Verge:
Arguably the juiciest piece of information to make its way to the surface following these leaks is the presence of a new Xbox Series X, which is set to be released in 2024 and will reportedly boast a range of upgrades and new features.
The new console will feature Wi-Fi 6E support
Bluetooth 5.2 radio for improved accessory experiences
PSU output reduced by 15% and a new low-power mode will be introduced
USB-C front port with power delivery
2 TB internal storage from the get-go
Pricing is expected to be around $499
In the infographic that was released, it was stated:
Brooklin will deliver 4K Gen9 console gaming with more internal storage, faster Wi-Fi, reduced power, a more immersive controller, and a beautiful redesign that elevates the all-digital experience of the Xbox ecosystem.
Did you see this coming? Will you be interested in the refreshed Xbox Series X console? It’s expected to be released around the end of October 2024.