There has been a lot of buzz going around rumoring that the next Microsoft Xbox console will have some kind of “always-online” digital rights management (DRM) required on the system. VGLeaks has now released a new report in attempts to debunk these rumors.
The new report claims that Microsoft is actually planning yo release to different Xbox consoles simultaneously. The plan is to actually release the next generation Xbox and an “Xbox Mini”. The “Xbox Mini” would have many of the features that have been suggested to end up on Microsoft;s next consoles by the gamer community. Some of these rumored features are things like the “always-online” requirement, backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games, and no disc drive.
A completely disc-less Xbox consoles was first reported by the British-based gaming website MCV early in March, but it appeared to be a;; but thrown out as a rumor. The release of such a console would confirm another report by Paul Thurrot, a veteran Microsoft watcher, that claimed that Microsoft has been working on at least two other versions of a new Xbox console in attempts to create a leaner and chaper device to compete with something like the Apple TV.
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