We’re not sure when Microsoft will be announcing the Xbox 720 (or whatever it will be called), but rumors have suggested that such a console is underway and there is a chance that we could see it at E3 2013. Whatever the case is, it seems that Microsoft might have finally had enough of these leaks and according to the reports, the company has beefed up security at its Redmond office to an “unprecedented level”.
It is said that employees entering the office will be subject to physical security checks, limited access to office buildings, and for non-Microsoft employees planning on making a trip to their office at Redmond, it seems that you will need to pre-register your visit online and you will be assigned a Microsoft handler upon arrival. We realize that Microsoft has other products besides the Xbox so this beefing up in security could really be for just about anything, but assuming the reports are to be believed, it looks like Microsoft has something up their sleeves that they really do not want the public to know of – at least until it’s ready.
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