These alterations through innovative ideas in technology lead to add something more to the comfort of human life. Similarly, Rumours and speculation always roaming to rest in a hollowing place. After plenty of so many rumours and speculation about Microsoft launching an upgraded Xbox console. There’s also news about the company which is going to launch a “refreshed” controller as well. The new rumours about Microsoft making a “big” announcement at E3 this year made this news even spicy, and it looks like there are numerous reasons to continue that Xbox One purchase indeed.
According to Thurrott, Microsoft is about to start shipping a new controller with the new Xbox which is expected to be called the Xbox II because of the “big” upgrade. The controller will have a feature a white design with a layout that is invariably similar to the current controller sold with the Xbox One.
Moreover, Thurrott also claims that Microsoft is working on something different irrespective of the console and new controller and it is to open an avenue for “exploring new interactions between the PC and the Xbox One”. Microsoft could also be looking at the two eco-systems to create a unique gaming experience particularly with the ability to stream games keeping in its purview the needs for change. This is anticipated to work with Xbox One and PC titles to provide a gaming experience that the Playstation simply cannot match.
A writer Brad Sams also claims that Microsoft has an even bigger hardware announcement. Further, he added, “The company also has something else up its sleeve that I still don’t have all the details on but it’s a much bigger deal than an updated standard controller. While the rumours of a PS4K have been running rampant, and I don’t know yet if this new device is set to take on that console, they will have another, much larger hardware-related announcement, at E3 this year.”,
It was hinted in a previous report that the upgrade components of Microsoft were playing around with its stuff that resembles with the components usually used to improve the performance of PC gaming set up. This forum indicated that Microsoft has already been building the new console since February 2016.