Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg has shot down talk of the corporate giant rolling out an Xbox 360 Slim, it's done "very well" in its "current form." No big redesigns coming.
Instead Microsoft plans to continue reinventing how the next-gen console is used. It's "not even at the halfway point," and the New Xbox Experience is a sign of "what we want to do".
"We feel that we're not even at the halfway point (of the Xbox 360's life cycle)," Greenberg told .
"That is something we believe in strongly. People have invested in these consoles, and we have massively connected communities and we have storage. I think what we did with the New Xbox Experience is a sign of what we want to do with the console."
"The Xbox 360 has plenty of future," he added. Firmware updates are the future of the Xbox platform, it would appear. "We feel like our system has done very well for us in the current form," said the boss. "We have no plans for a slim." Has NXE impressed you, videogamer?
Greenberg: Xbox 360 "not even" halfway there, "no plans for a slim"
28 August 2009 | By Simon Priest