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Xbox Boss Is Already Using Project Scarlett At Home, As Rumors Of Cheaper, Disc-Free Console Swirl

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Microsoft's new Xbox console, codenamed Project Scarlett, is set to launch to the public in Holiday 2020. Some people inside Xbox are already using the console at home, however.

Xbox boss Phil Spencer said on Twitter that he brought his Project Scarlett console home this week. "It's become my primary console, playing my games, connecting with the community, and yes, using my Elite Series 2 controller, having a blast," he said. "2020 is going to be an incredible year."

Project Scarlett is due to launch next holiday but Microsoft has yet to announce key details like price, release date, launch lineup, and final specs. The console will be more powerful than the Xbox One X, and it will feature a solid-state drive that should help games load faster.

In other news, The Verge, Brad Sams, and Kotaku all reported this week that Microsoft is working on a second Project Scarlett console that will be less powerful and less expensive.

Project Scarlett is said to be the overarching name for Microsoft's next-generation console strategy. Anaconda is reportedly the name of the more powerful next-generation console, with Lockhart serving as the less-power next-generation console. In essence, it's believed that Anaconda is the successor to the Xbox One X with Lockhart standing as the next Xbox One S.

A Microsoft representative said, "We do not comment on rumors or speculation."

Plans can change, so it's possible that even if Microsoft is indeed considering a less powerful, cheaper Xbox Scarlett, the company won't actually release it. Or it will. For now, all that is completely official is that at least one next-generation console from Microsoft is coming next year.

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