The legal confrontation between Microsoft and the FTC has led to new leaks about the upcoming Xbox Series X model. According to information obtained by The Verge, the project, known under the codename Brooklin, is expected to be released in 2024.

The new Xbox Series X model is characterized by a cylindrical redesign and will not include a disc drive. However, it will feature 2TB of internal storage, double the capacity of the current model. It will also include a USB-C port on the front and a completely new and more immersive controller.

The controller, known as codename Sebille, will have gyroscopic technology and will connect directly to the cloud via Bluetooth 5.2 and Xbox Wireless 2. It is also expected to have haptic technology, quieter interchangeable buttons and sticks, and a rechargeable battery. Additionally, it can be activated through motion.

In terms of internal hardware, the new Xbox Series X model will include Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 radio, and a more efficient power supply. Microsoft’s intention is to market it at the same price as the current model, which is 499 euros.

Although Microsoft has not officially announced this new Xbox Series X model yet, it is expected that all uncertainties will be resolved in the near future.

– The Verge: [source]
– Microsoft