Xbox 720 has received a massive amount of attention over the past year, and after mostly denying any comment, Microsoft has a little something to say.
According to a report from ArabicGamers on Thursday, a Microsoft spokesperson did comment on all of the rumors that have come up regarding the Xbox 720.
"Microsoft does not comment on rumours or speculation.
"We are always thinking about what is next for our platform, but we don't have anything further to share at this time," Microsoft said.
The first comment is typical for a situation like this, but it's a small victory that they did make a comment about another system.
Some other information to surface lately, came from a source with first-hand knowledge of the work being done on the Xbox 720 have divulged various details about it.
The person has confirmed the recently reported specs for the Xbox 720 are 100% accurate, which means the system will indeed be featuring an AMD eight-core x64 1.6GHz CPU, a D3D11.x 800MHz graphics solution and 8GB of DDR3 RAM.
The system's hard drive capacity has not been specified, but given the type of commitment Microsoft wants to make with online gaming and purchasing, there will need to be a monster hard drive to support it.
The look of the Xbox 720 and PS4 both seem similar in design, but Sony's system seems to be more conducive to producing power.
Developers who have been working with the Xbox 720 seem to have been given less freedom with the development libraries than those who are working on the PlayStation 4.
Microsoft is still committed to developing motion control technologies, as a new version of the Kinect will be shipping with the Xbox 720.