The official word hit the streets yesterday that Xbox One will be upgrading it’s specs before it’s launch date. So far it’s only been mentioned that the GPU speed will be increased (from 800 MHz to 853 MHz) but we’re hoping that Microsoft will announce more changes by Gamescon 2013.
It appears as though Microsoft may be making a few more changes to the Xbox One before they officially release the console this fall. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen a console manufacturer do this after an E3 reveal, but it might make sense especially since the retail price is going to be higher than the PS4 which comes out very soon as well.
If you haven’t heard, the new Xbox One will not come bundled with a headset. As per twitter, Microsoft is apparently working on an adapter for your Xbox 360 headsetso you don’t have to spend money on a new one.
Microsoft does a 180° and allows users to play used games and also does not require you to always be online! There will also be no regional restrictions as well. For more info check out the video below.