“Xbox Gold” domain registrations spark Durango name speculation

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 27 February 2013 02:20 GMT

Microsoft has gone a little mad buying out just about every version of XboxGold.com it can find, Fusible reports. Naturally this has led to some furious speculation over whether we have a name for the next Xbox console at last, but don’t get too excited; “Xbox Gold” sounds a heck of a lot like “Xbox Live Gold”, so it could just be a defensive measure against scam websites and similar. The next Microsoft console is codenamed Durango and is frequently nicknamed “Xbox 720” but we honestly have no idea what the damn thing will be called.

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