Xbox 720 rumours are flying thick and fast, and it seems the always-online rumour is getting more credibility.
Adam Orth, a Microsoft creative director, was found Tweeting about how always-online requirement isn’t a big deal and it blew up in a spectacular fashion. This follows a rumour by Kotaku where they revealed that the next Xbox will require Internet connection even to start games.
A developer who goes by the name Mr. Lake on EvilAvatar forums has posted that: “Given that legally I cannot confirm or deny if this information is true, nor can I comment on rumor or speculation, all I can say is be sure to pay your ISP bills.”
You can also find Mr. Lake’s Xbox profile here. So now even developers are hinting that Microsoft will absolute go with always-online requirement, and considering the highly credible Edge also said the same thing, the Xbox 720 reveal in May should be highly entertaining.
Here’s a screengrab, in case that post gets vaporised.