Reportedly, Project Scorpio has been unveiled with the name Xbox One X. Microsoft claims Xbox One X to be the most powerful console ever, to be coming by the end of this year (in November). Well, that’s pretty impressive statement when concerned with the specifications of Xbox One X. Unfolding all the puzzles, we now know that Xbox 2 is not the upcoming Xbox One X. But if, Xbox 2 is not the recently unveiled Microsoft’s console, then what it is exactly? And when can we witness Xbox 2 to unveil? Regardless of Xbox One X fans, there are reports closely hinting us about Xbox 2 rumors that are hanging in the air. But for hardcore console fans, Xbox 2 has become a much-anticipated topic recently.
Xbox 2 Rumors: Is it Identical to the Recently Unveiled Xbox One X?
Justifiably that wouldn’t be a thing to ask, as Microsoft has currently unveiled Xbox One X at the E3 Press Conference. Talking about Xbox One X, it has promised to offer 6 teraflops of graphical computing performance alongside an eight-core AMD APU, which is perfect gaming in the highest resolutions. Previously Xbox One X was speculated to be Xbox 2. But right now things have offered with slightly new updates, and Xbox 2 cannot really define itself to be Xbox 2. As per Xbox family, after Xbox One X there might be another console which Microsoft would unveil to compete with Sony’s PS5. That’s where Xbox 2 might come with delightful features. With Xbox 2 rumors, the gamepad might be powered with 10 teraflops of graphical computing performance so as to offer best gaming experience.
Xbox Family Release History
For the time being, Xbox One X can’t be labeled Xbox 2. But what future beholds us, we never really know. So as per Xbox 2 rumors, in the near future, Microsoft might take a leap in planning for their next console with the name Xbox 2, as Xbox One X is not the last ever console manufactured by the company. That brings us to the anticipation of Xbox 2 shortly. With Xbox family release history, the original Xbox was launched on November 15, 2001. After three years time span, its successor, Xbox 360 was unveiled on May 12, 2005. Surprisingly the third edition was released eight years after Xbox 360 with the name Xbox One on 22nd November ’13. Currently, with the new revelation, gamers are further more excited to get their hands on the much anticipated Xbox One X releasing on November ’17!
With the Xbox family release history, speculations have already been pinpointed in desiring yet another line-up console. Xbox 2 might get unveiled in November after three years. Stay tuned for more Xbox 2 rumors that are soon to get updates with time.