What the Xbox 720 will be featuring is currently unknown, but gamers can be sure it will be an impressive list of details, but could it involve more expensive titles, a digital video record feature and anti used-gaming?
According to a report from GamingBolt yesterday, some new details have been discussed and they point at what could be coming to the Xbox 720.
Now the anti used-gaming feature has been highly documented over the past few months, and this seems like it would be virtually the end of the Xbox 720 before it even starts, if it has that tech installed.
PS4 has already debuted and doesn't seem to have any anti used-gaming hardware, that we know about at least.
Another feature that has been brought up is how a digital video recording feature could be implemented into the system so gamers can execute certain functions such as: taking gameplay clips and recording live TV, much like the tech TiVo currently executes for many home cable setups.
The final rumor that was detailed was whether or not games would now be sold at a new price of $70 per game.
This seems to be unlikely, given the presence of digital downloads being a possible option for gamers as well.
Many see Microsoft and Sony placing a higher price tag on physical copies and a lower price on the digital downloads, but not everyone has the type of broadband speeds necessary for a game not to take all day to be downloaded.
Besides, it's already asking a lot to charge folks $60 for one copy let alone another $10. That's just charging just to charge.
However, we will all find out soon enough from both the Xbox 720 and PS4.