Microsoft to unveil full 3D support for the 360 at E3?
Microsoft has hinted that they may be preparing to reveal support for full stereoscopic 3D visual support for the Xbox 360 at this year's E3.
According to Eurogamer, a source close to 360 development indicated that an announcement regarding full 3D support for the 360 is very likely at this year's E3.
Their source said: "They'd be mad not to do it, is all I can say. The machine is not only very capable, it's more capable than the PlayStation 3 of doing stereo, assuming you don't have one of the old crappy ones with the composite leads... assuming you have a HDMI Xbox. The bottleneck is more on the graphical throughput for rendering out in stereo."
The source added: "E3 is coming up. Microsoft is going to have to go on stage to say something, aren't they?"
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