Posted December 16, 2018 12:03:10We’ve already got a new trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront II that features the Star Wars franchise’s first female Jedi.
This week, we’ve got a video of the next Xbox’s next-generation console unveiling.
And we’re on track to have a look at the next-gen version of Destiny 2 when it launches on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on February 12, 2019.
As we’ve covered in the past, we’re looking forward to the next two console generations for video games.
That’s why we’re here to cover the next console generations.
And, while it’s been a busy few months for the game industry, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with some of the announcements that have been made.
Here’s what you need to know about the next generation consoles:We’re expecting new consoles to be announced in the first quarter of 2019, but a lot of what we’ve seen so far hasn’t quite matched the hype.
Here’s what to expect:A new generation of consoles will be launching this year, but the first look we have so far suggests it’s going to be a different console.
The Xbox One S, a 12-inch gaming console, is the first of what will be a slate of new consoles, including the Xbox One X and Xbox One Pro.
While the Xbox 360 and PS4 will continue to dominate the video game market, it will be interesting to see how Xbox One 10, the Xbox Play Anywhere system, and other new console features will affect the gaming market in the coming years.
The PS4 Pro is Microsoft’s first true console with a built-in GPU that can be overclocked.
Microsoft’s new console will be available for $399.99, a bit less than the current Xbox One and PS3 Pro.
A smaller version of the console will also be available at launch for $279.99.
The PlayStation 4 Pro will be coming to the US in March 2019.
The PS4 Slim will be released in late 2019, priced at $349.99 and shipping with a 4K TV.
It will be able to connect to PS4s existing broadband network.
The Nintendo Switch is also coming to North America this year.
Nintendo is selling a Switch for $299.99 that will launch with a 6-inch TV, an HDMI cable, and a wireless charging port.
The next-Generation consoles will also have an improved camera, improved gaming hardware, and improved graphics.
For example, Microsoft’s Xbox One is getting a 3-D image stabilization feature, and Sony’s PlayStation 4 is getting 4K support and HDR support.
The PC version of Xbox One will also get an 8K video output, and the next gaming console will come with a new controller for more comfortable movement.
Microsoft and Sony are also announcing a new gaming console with Dolby Atmos audio, and Microsoft is launching a VR headset.