Microsoft warns of Xbox 720 scam sites
Xbox Live director of programming says all sign-up pages for next-generation platform are fake.
All sign-up pages claiming to offer testing access for the rumored Xbox 720 are fake, Microsoft has warned.
"Confirmed: All sign-up pages for testing the 'next Xbox' are fake," Xbox Live director of programming Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb said. "Do not give them your information--it's a scam."
Microsoft is believed to announce its highly rumored next-generation platform during a one-off media event in April. Rumors about the device have run rampant.
Sony beat Microsoft in announcing its next-generation platform. Last month, the company officially revealed the PlayStation 4, along with a new touch-enabled DualShock 4 controller. The console is due out this holiday season, though region availability and pricing has not been divulged.
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