The next generation of gaming is about to begin.
Well, actually, it began November 18 of last year with the release of Nintendo’s Wii U system, but it barely surpasses the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in terms of processing power and graphical capabilities. So, in the end, the next generation truly begins this year with the release of the PlayStation 4.
Microsoft hasn’t said much yet, but it looks like the secrecy will soon be put to an end: the tech giant is hosting an unveiling event May 21 about the next generation of Xbox, and many believe this is pertaining to a new console. If the reveal is indeed the long-overdue successor to the Xbox 360, there are a few features and ideas that need to be a part of it.