Rumor: Next Xbox Could be Announced in 2019?

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Consoles, can’t live without ’em, can’t live with the same one for too long. There should be regular updates, right? Generation after generation, technology after technology, there’s new stuff out there every once in a while.

It’s been a while since the current generation Xbox came out. And some of us, if not all, are popping the question, or at least wondering, what could be the next step for Microsoft console? And when would we see it coming out? Well we don’t have any concrete information on that, but like a clever detective, we’re beginning to piece information together.

Recent Job Postings by Microsoft indicate that they might be hiring people to work on next gen Xbox

Microsoft recently posted a job on their Careers page for a position of Senior Electrical Engineer. While that is not unusual at all, the job description specification talks about upcoming work regarding Xbox technologies. Here are their exact words:

We are seeking a qualified candidate for a Senior Engineer to lead the DRAM solutions for the Xbox console hardware development team. DRAM solutions include DDR3, GDDR5, GDDR6 and future DRAM technologies. The successful candidate will be the primary technical focal point for existing and leading-edge memory technologies on currently shipping and future Xbox design projects.

Furthermore, the job description also said this:

Our teams ship tens of millions of hardware products every year including the Xbox One X, Xbox One S, a full accessories lineup, and more. Microsoft is the destination for the brightest minds in gaming device design. Come be part of what’s next.

“Be part of what’s next” There’s a definite chance that the “next” thing is a next Xbox. Could we hear about the new Xbox in 2019? Maybe. If you want to read the full job description, you can do that here. Stay tuned for more information regarding the next Xbox and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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