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Microsoft prepares new cloud-based console!

Microsoft is working on two new, different consoles, one of which could be cloud-based, offering similar performance at lower prices.

According to a new report, AMD could be the company Microsoft chose to be responsible for the hardware of the new console, although for the time being, the details are still hidden.

As mentioned above, Microsoft is expected to release two different models, a high-end console based on the same approach as the current Xbox One, and a second version that will mix the local power of harware with a single- cloud

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The cloud-based version, from a technical point of view, will have fewer requirements as the cloud system will be responsible for performance.

Therefore, we will have an uninterrupted gaming experience at a lower price as the total cost we will have to pay for the hardware will be significantly reduced.

Note that the device is most likely to include technology I HAVE D.

Needless to say that the work is still in its early days, so until the formal presentation of many items can be changed. Previous reports have argued that the next-generation Microsoft console could be announced at some point around 2020, but this depends on a number of factors, such as how fast the development progresses with collaborators who handle hardware.

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