Microsoft may have finally managed to get things on its side in everything related to the purchase of Activision, but what it probably never would have imagined is that the resolution in its favor was going to be so expensive. And, despite the fact that in the trials everyone is exposed confidentially and privately, in the end, someone has shared where it should not have been one of the most important documents that we have seen in recent years. And the document in question reveals, neither more nor less, that the Microsoft plans for the next 7 years.
Brooklyn, a more attractive Series
The document exposes, without any type of filter, all the plans that Microsoft has scheduled for the next 7 years in terms of devices. And, to start, nothing better than the launch of a new Series X. Under the name Brooklin, the console would be an improved version of the current Series and with the removal of the Blu-ray drive.
It would introduce new wireless communication technologies such as Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2, as well as a new 6-nanometer processor to improve efficiency. This would allow us to consume less in stand-by (20% less), and power supply consumption would be reduced by 15%.
The storage would go up to 2TB, a USB-C port would appear on the front, and it would arrive accompanied by a new controller. And all for the same price of $499.
Ellewood, the improved Series S
On the other hand, the Series S would also receive improvements, but aesthetically it would look the same. Basically it would have the improvements from Brooklin, since it will also receive Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, 1 TB of capacity and the new controller. It will also be manufactured with recycled materials and will consume 20% less in stand-by. Same price of $299.
Sebile: a new command
Many users have been asking for a slightly more modern controller for a long time, especially after the PlayStation launches. Sebile seems to be the solution. This new controller would include an internal gyroscope to introduce motion control, and the possibility of connecting directly to the cloud for remote play. It would also have Bluetooth 5.2 and a proprietary wireless connection, which would probably be a new generation Xbox Wireless.
It will also offer precision haptic experiences, speaker functionality, quieter buttons, and a removable rechargeable battery. The remote, curiously, will turn on just by lifting it off the table.
The document is so complete that it even includes the launch windows of all these new devices. For a start, The new controller will be launched at the end of May 2024and it will be in June 2024 (probably during the E3 season) when the new consoles will be presented to the world.
It won’t be until end of august when the new Series S (Ellewood) reach the stores by $299and after a few months of prominence and settlement, at the end of October 2024 will be launched new Series X (Brooklin) with a price of $499. There is also a Black Friday campaign in which you can get the current Series S with an incredible price of $199.