The Xbox 720's features have been guessed at by many, but a new report has surfaced and discusses the system's power, new motion control tech and games the system will be utilizing.
According to a report from Policy Mic today, Microsoft's next-generation console will apparently be up to "six times stronger than the current one," and will also prove to be "20% stronger than the Wii U."
"It has also been rumored that the future console will largely expand the role of motion controls, upgrading its current Kinect peripheral to employ increasingly accurate detection of body movement.
"It is also believed that, much to the chagrin of gamers, the system will discourage used game sales by requiring a code activation method that essentially locks each disk to one console.
"Other changes reportedly include a switch to Blu Ray and a greater focus on Cloud gaming," the report stated.
The piece then switched gears to games and discussed various titles coming from 343 Industries, Bungie Studios and Bethesda.
"Regarding games, the strongest indication has arrived for a new series by Bungie, the people behind the original 'Halo' trilogy, which surfaced after some legal troubles with a fired contractor that essentially dropped the ball on their secret project, codenamed 'Destiny'.
"Also in the public eye now are job postings for future console development by Infinity Ward ('Call of Duty') and Bethesda ('Fallout').
"Former 'Max Payne' developer Remedy has also revealed on its forums that it is hiring several developers for work on next-gen consoles," the report stated.
Other games that will be accompanying the two Xbox 720's will include the initial "Halo" trilogy remade in HD and "Fable 4."
"Known first party Xbox Next games: 'Halo' Trilogy Remake, 'Chief Samurai' by Rare, 'Project Gotham Racing,' 'Kinectimals 2,' 'Rise,' 'Carnival Park,' 'Fable 4,'" the reported stated.