Microsoft's next-generation gamer, the Xbox 720, has leaked online with a $299.99 price tag tipped alongside Kinect v2 and a Blu-ray
New Xbox 720 leaks have seen details on Microsoft’s next-generation console splashed across the web, with inbuilt Kinect 2 and Blu-ray player features seemingly set to land in the next-gen console.
The leak, which comes from a claimed Microsoft document dated from 2010, has seemingly outed the upcoming Xbox 720 price with the 360 follow-on said to be heading for release with a number of new features and a rather reasonable consumer cost. No word on the eagerly awaited 720 release date has yet been offered.
Far from confirmed, the latest leaks from a 56 page internal document reference the E3 2012 unveiled Smart Glass technology with version two of the company’s controller-free motion gaming peripheral, Kinect set to line up alongside a Blu-ray player as inbuilt inclusions.
With previous rumours suggesting Microsoft will take next year’s E3 2013 expo to out its next-generation gamer ahead of the a pre-Christmas unveiling, the latest 720 rumours have seen the mooted Nintendo Wii U and PS4 rival handed a claimed $299.99 (£191) price tag.