Major Nelson Revealed Interesting New Details about Xbox One

Microsoft's Xbox One | Official Website

Microsoft’s Xbox One | Official Website

Larry Hyrb, aka Major Nelson, answered a number of questions about Xbox One recently and revealed some interesting new details.

He stated that there would be a solution for personal media, although nothing is confirmed as of the moment. Hyrb also pointed out that Microsoft is working on the console’s headset adapter. The Xbox One will also support HTML5 with a browser experience somewhat similar to Windows 8. It will also include Flash functionality, enabling users to use Flash-supported sites without problem.

As for the digital game codes, Major Nelson stated that this is something the company is looking at, although gamers shouldn’t expect it at launch. He also revealed that a games’ MSRP and pricing for digital version will be similar. It is also confirmed that an extra USB-B port won’t be available on the final retail design.

On the other hand, Larry Hyrb doesn’t have any idea with regards to the 8 GB flash memory, although he stated that “developers are loving the system SDK and the performance.” Microsoft’s Xbox One will be available starting November 22, and will be launched across 13 territories.

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