Published on May 23rd, 2012 | by Ramon Trotman0
Xbox 720 could launch November 2013? Maybe!
According to a surfaced report, a joint project between Activision Blizzard and the Halo developers called destiny is set to see the light of day sometime around November 2013. Needless to say, this is supposed to be a launch title for the upcoming Xbox 720. Did they accidently leak the release date? hmmmmm.
Microsoft plans to launch its next-generation Xbox video game and home entertainment console ahead of the holidays next year, according to a recent report. The Los Angeles Times on Monday published a developer contract between Acitivision Blizzard and famed Halo developers Bungie. The firms are currently working on a new Massively Multiplayer Online franchise called Destiny, which will be a first-person shooter with a science fiction theme. While the fact that the companies currently have four titles planned for the series is exciting for gamers in itself, another tidbit may be even more titillating; the contract suggests that the first Destiny title will launch ahead of the holidays next year as an exclusive for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and its next-generation console, which the document refers to as the “Xbox 720.” An earlier report from an industry industry insider suggested thatMicrosoft will launch an ARM-based “Xbox lite” in late 2013 followed by a true Xbox 360 successor some time later, however this new information suggests that timeline may not be accurate.