Monday, February 21, 2011

Microsoft to Unveil New Xbox Announcements at Game Developement Conference Next Week [Report]

Microsoft has arranged a press conference later this week, and most of the signs points that Microsoft will Unveil their New Xbox Announcements in this Conference. Next Week is the Game Developers Conference (GDC) and Software giant will be participating in this Conference. According to Microsoft’s Larry Hyrb, Gammers will be "really Happy" with the news Microsoft is going to Unveil next week. There's a "Very Cool" News coming the later week for Gamers.

According Larry Hyrb during his latest Podcast:
“Next week I’m going to be down in San Francisco. We are having an invite-only press event that we’re going to have some cool news that I’m not quite fully briefed on, but we have a lot of news that we’re going to be announcing. Just telling you guys, you’re going to be really happy when you hear all the news, that’s all I can say.”
Microsoft is currently working on four new Kinect titles for release in 2011. And most of the Software makers are working on the Latest so called "Second Wave" Games that are expected to release in April.icrosoft’s GDC announcements may be related to the ongoing rumors of its Gears of War Kinect title or Forza 4.

As Microsoft has revealed in CES that they have sold almost  8 million Kinect sensors in just 60 days on the market.

According to WinRumors:
According to recent reports, Microsoft may have sacrificed its January and February stocks to satisfy Christmas shoppers. The software giant has warned of further Kinect shortages in the coming weeks. WinRumors revealed last month that Microsoft officials are currently readying an official SDK and Kinect drivers for Windows. Microsoft is set to unveil driver support and an SDK in the coming months and will allow third-party developers to create titles that utilize the Kinect sensor when plugged into a PC. 

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Source: WinRumors


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