Microsoft is preparing to launch a portable game console 12:34

American technology giant Microsoft started publishing a survey asking users about their opinions about portable game consoles. In this respect reports The DTF post quotes messages from X (Twitter) users who received a survey from the IT giant.

In the surveys sent out, Microsoft asked people about their overall impressions of mobile gaming devices. Specifically, players were asked to talk about scenarios for using gadgets and their preferred form factors. The company also measured gamers’ interest in cloud gaming and other game distribution channels.

The survey in question began circulating shortly after several leaks showed that Microsoft was planning to release its own equivalent of Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch. Therefore, many social network users considered the distribution of surveys as another confirmation of these rumors.

It’s possible that Microsoft will announce a portable Xbox this year. Earlier, in one of the podcasts, a company representative said that the IT giant will make some “exciting” Xbox-related announcements by the end of 2024.

Previously AppearedIt is stated that the new Nintendo console may be released much earlier than expected.

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Source: Gazeta


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