It’s been already one year since we started hearing rumors regards Microsoft’s next-gen Xbox gaming console, the Xbox 720.
The gaming machine then was rumored to arrive in 2013 with the support of DirectX11, 1080p HD, multi-display output and 3D. Adding in rumors, the new reports have also suggested that it will also feature an AMD 8-core x64 1.6GHz CPU, D3D11.x 800MHz GPU and 8GB of DDR3 RAM.
All things sure did sound great until the latest rumor from earlier this morning popped up. That said; according to Edge Magazine, the next Xbox console will require a constant Internet connection to be functioned, as well as it will block used games. That means, the gaming console will include one-time-use online activation codes technology — for better or worse — and wont allow users to play second-hand games.
What do you guys think of this?