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A first look at Microsoft’s slimmer, 4K-capable Xbox One S

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Microsoft’s E3 2016 press event is almost underway, and we’re expecting to finally see and hear more about the rumored slim version of the Xbox One, or the Xbox One S, as some reports suggest. Obviously, the Redmond team is keeping all details about its new console under wraps, but that hasn’t stopped the internet from lifting the veil itself.

Leaked images of the smaller and leaner Xbox One in white have been posted on the NeoGAF forums today, giving us a glimpse of what will be shown off during the Microsoft press conference. The Verge had previously reported that the Xbox One refresh would be 40 percent smaller than the current system, and that seems to be the case based on the leaks.

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The newer model can stand vertically, too, to keep its footprint small. It also features a 2TB hard drive and support for 4K HDR video. NeoGAF forum member ekim also claims the power supply is already built into the casing.

We’ll have more from E3 2016 all week long, so watch this space for updates.

Source: NeoGAF

E3 2016

E3 2016: Meet the Xbox One S

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You may recall earlier that images of a slimmer version of the Xbox One were leaked ahead of Microsoft’s E3 briefing. Now, it’s official: Microsoft got its announcement in, and you’re looking at the new Xbox One S, which is indeed smaller — 40 percent smaller, technically — than the current model. The lesser footprint will allow you to safely use the system in an upright position with a stand that’s sold separately. (more…)

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E3 2016: Titanfall 2 details confirmed, grappling hooks and mech swords in tow

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The Electronics Entertainment Expo, or E3, has officially begun, and EA is up first to show us its upcoming lineup. One of the biggest thing to come out of the EA press conference has to be Titanfall 2.

The original Titanfall came out back in March 2014. It set the standard for the next generation of first-person shooters, introducing things like verticality, fast-paced multiplayer action, and, of course, Titans, giant mechs that players can pilot. Vince Zampella, CEO of Respawn Entertainment, came up to the EA stage to showcase everything new about Titanfall 2. (more…)

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