of Xbox series X and S Since its release, naming conventions have been the cause of a lot of discussion, even Way out with brothers Developer Joseph Fars Think this is a confusing name.
Fares is known for frank and energetic interviews. He told IGN that the naming convention for the latest Xbox machines is “really confusing” (thanks, Eurogamer).
“It’s really a confusing name,” Fars said in a colorful interview. “What’s wrong with Microsoft? They are losing it, man. What the fuck? Like S series, X, Mex, Next. I mean, who knows this? Come on. Crazy. Call it Microsoft Box, just That’s it. I don’t know. This is really a mess. Believe me, even they, they are confused in the office. This is X, what is S… I don’t know, what the fuck is.”
Our own Alex Donaldson has some thoughts on Microsoft’s recognized confusing naming convention last year, in which he outlines precisely why the Xbox One must shift from the perspective of public attention so that Microsoft Able to use new generation hardware.
Other industry commentators also Publicly outline their thoughts and feelings The same is true for the name of Xbox Series S/X. Last year, we saw punters accidentally picking up the Xbox One X console instead of being confused by SeriesX. Therefore, to some extent, the fare is reasonable.
Again, this is not the first time that Fares has made headlines for his interesting interview skills. He first caused notoriety for his “Fuck Oscar” speech at the 2017 Game Awards, and he is also an outspoken critic who is obsessed with length and repeatability and deliberately goes to great lengths to “fuck”.
Fares’ next game, “Take Take Two” (Take Take Two), is expected to bring players a “new experience for cooperating challenges” and will be launched on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2021.