Official Thread XBOX Series X/S Official Thread

OneBadMutha

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I dont know how much to believe this guy anymore. He was the one that was hyping the Xbox july event SOOOOOO much that anything less than Half life 3, a new Splinter Cell, Destiny 3, and Mario coming to Xbox would've felt like a disappointment

He definitely knows things. People mix up his personal predictions and feelings with actual things he knows. July event looks a lot better on paper than what we saw due to lack of gameplay and a poor Halo showing. Due to games running behind, I believe they held other things back. Few others in the know alluded to it.
 
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karmakid

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Nervusbreakdown

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What the hell is going on with xbox Twitter account?

All these big name companies chipping in on their take, it is crazy!

 
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It's odd the ad says the series doesn't have an IR Blaster, yet the tweet from Larry Hyrb said one was built into the bind button.
 

Hedon

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It's odd the ad says the series doesn't have an IR Blaster, yet the tweet from Larry Hyrb said one was built into the bind button.

Something has changed.....


We also asked if the Xbox Series X will feature an IR Blaster, given that some accessories like the Xbox Media Remote use the IR Blaster to send commands to compatible television sets. Unfortunately, Microsoft confirmed that this too, has been removed. Microsoft will opt for HDMI-CEC controls instead for the Xbox Media Remote. HDMI-CEC stands for "Consumer Electronics Control," and allows devices to send signals over a HDMI connection for things like power and volume control. Different TV manufacturers use a variety of different names and brands to describe HDMI-CEC, but most modern sets are capable of using it.