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PS6 and new Xbox – when is the premiere? Microsoft mentions the debut of the next-gen console


Microsoft has once again confirmed the potential premiere of its next-gen console, which can directly compete with Sony’s equipment. Manufacturers are certainly already preparing devices and getting ready for premieres.

In the second half of June, during the court hearing of Microsoft and Activision Blizzard against the Federal Trade Commission, the topic of next-gen consoles came up. The producer at the time mentioned that the new generation is scheduled to launch in 2028.

Americans are apparently confident about this date because, according to the latest documents from the FTC case, Microsoft executives have confirmed that they expect the next-gen Xbox in 2028.

According to the document, the 2028 launch plan was mentioned during a May 2022 meeting between a dozen senior Microsoft executives, which included CEO Satya Nadella, CFO Amy Hood and gaming chief Phil Spencer.

During the conversation, Microsoft representatives confirmed that the new hardware is to be released on the market in 2028 and that it will be more “flexible” for developers, which will probably allow for smoother creation of new games.

“Is the plan for 2028 to maintain this [nieczytelne] model or forcing the Windows model to follow the flexibility/capabilities of this model?”

“We have already started this journey with Xbox One and Xbox One X and continue it with Series S | X,” replies Kevin Gammill, corporate vice president for gaming ecosystems, referring to Microsoft’s experiments with Xbox models of different power in recent generations of consoles.

“Going forward with Gen 10, we need to be even more flexible, but at the same time ensure that creators can take advantage of the unique capabilities of the hardware.”

It is worth recalling that Microsoft expects direct competition with Sony in the 10th generation arena, so we can suspect PS6 releases in 2028 – if, of course, manufacturers can realize their visions and offer the devices without any problems.


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