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VideoGamer.com has a tasty rumor for today, as according to their sources, Microsoft’s next console will be unveiled next year alongside TimeSplitters 4.

According to their information, while full details on the hardware of the next Xbox are not yet set in stone, some details are known. These come in part from talk about Crytek’s development of TimeSplitters 4 for Microsoft’s new hardware.

Supposedly, Crytek is working off of DirectX 11, which includes technologies such as tessellation, multithreaded rendering, and compute shaders. Also, according to VideoGamer.com’s source, TimeSplitters 4 is being built on CryEngine 3, and that the game, even at this point, is looking “noticeably improved” over current generation hardware.

Source: VideoGamer.com

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Next Xbox, TimeSplitters 4 To Arrive At E3 2012?

By EGM Staff | 06/14/2011 08:03 AM PT

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VideoGamer.com has a tasty rumor for today, as according to their sources, Microsoft’s next console will be unveiled next year alongside TimeSplitters 4.

According to their information, while full details on the hardware of the next Xbox are not yet set in stone, some details are known. These come in part from talk about Crytek’s development of TimeSplitters 4 for Microsoft’s new hardware.

Supposedly, Crytek is working off of DirectX 11, which includes technologies such as tessellation, multithreaded rendering, and compute shaders. Also, according to VideoGamer.com’s source, TimeSplitters 4 is being built on CryEngine 3, and that the game, even at this point, is looking “noticeably improved” over current generation hardware.

Source: VideoGamer.com

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