When Microsoft releases its next gaming console, it will likely be called the Xbox One.
The Xbox One is scheduled to ship sometime in 2020, but it’s unclear if the new console will come with a gaming component.
The console will likely use Nvidia’s Maxwell GPU architecture, which is the same technology that powers the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.
Nvidia’s Pascal GPU is the most powerful gaming GPU in the industry and it’s expected to deliver better performance than the AMD Radeon RX 480.
The new Xbox One will be available for $499 for a basic version and $599 for a more powerful version.
While the Xbox Ones console will use Nvidia hardware, it won’t be able to play games on the new Xbox Ones PC hardware.
Nvidia will still be the lead graphics card supplier for Microsoft, and the company will likely work closely with Microsoft to deliver the next generation of PC gaming systems.
Nvidia and AMD are likely to produce a PC gaming platform, but we won’t know when until Microsoft announces a PC-based gaming system.