Some Republicans in the United States are completely alarmed by the announcement of energy-saving features for Xbox consoles.
We know that some politicians from the Republican wing of the United States do not always speak with logic in their polemics, and now both Republicans and Fox News have discovered a new villain to denounce in the fight against "Wokeness."
We all know that Microsoft recently announced new energy saving options for Xbox consoles, which are intended to cut energy consumption, especially in standby mode. Evidently some Republicans have figured it out too.
Senator Ted Cruz, who is well-known on Twitter, said: "Gas stoves, then your coffee, now they're gunning for your Xbox." Who "they" are... who knows... probably small, green, who awakened little men from his nightmares.
Rep. Troy Nehls received the same horn: "They want to take your guns. They want to take your gas stoves. And now they want to take your Xbox." What does the next, anyway, when it comes to Xbox's inability to save energy?
The update for Fox News is even a way to instill interest in climate policy early on. Yes, indeed.
Especially since completely disregarding the fact that all power saving options are completely optional and not forced, and also have no impact on gameplay, isn't exactly a modicum of expertise.
Summary of Developer_Direct in video by Microsoft and Bethesda
For you, this short video recaps the main announcements from last night's Developer_Direct.