Yesterday at the Xbox Reveal event, Microsoft revealed the new console called XBOX One.
It's a cloud-based home-entertainment console sporting an improved Kinect camera, along with a redesigned controller with a new d-pad and integrated battery compartment.
Sharp corners and clean lines makes XBOX One a sleek, modern console that complements any decor. The controller is also redesigned. The two analog sticks have ridges instead of bumps. The start and back buttons are now replaced with menu and app switcher buttons.
XBOX One is powered by a 8-core x86 processor with 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. Graphics is provided by AMD, has a Blu-ray drive with USB 3.0, HDMI in/out support. However, XBOX One is not backwards compatible with XBOX 360 Discs.
Activision already stated at the end of the teaser trailer for Call of Duty Ghosts that the game will be available for XBOX One. EA introduces FIFA, NBA Live, Madden & UFC. Obviously, Microsoft Studio's Halo 4 will also be available for XBOX One.
Other games announced include Max Payne, Alan Wake & Forza Motorsport 5.