Microsoft revealed Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X Price and more

Microsoft has been working on Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X long since. Finally, the company has unveiled the price and release date of these consoles to be on 10th November 2020. The company is aiming to fulfill both ends of the market with these consoles.

Microsoft revealed Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X Price and more
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Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X specifications:-

The Xbox Series S was leaked, giving us a glance at Microsoft’s entry-level next-gen SKU. Xbox Series S is small enough to fit itself inside the Xbox Series X, and we expect it to be around 4TF RDNA2. Bringing it roughly as powerful as the Xbox One X, maybe geared towards 1080p monitors with better frame rates. We don’t have additional information on the console’s specifications. Beyond that, but we can expect NVME drives and a myriad of the newer “next-gen” features. Like fast resuming multiple games and ray tracing. Xbox Series X is a 12TF beast of a console that will provide 4K resolution and 60 FPS. As standard, with some games, like Halo Infinite, going all the way up to 120 FPS in multiplayer.

Microsoft has decided to bring the complete Xbox One game library, including backward compatible Xbox 360 games to the consoles, and your Xbox One handset and all of your other accessories will work on the next-gen systems as well.

Price:-

According to sources, we can say that the entry-level Xbox Series S will cost USD 299 at retail, with a USD 25 per month. Xbox All-access financing option, which Microsoft is aiming to push hard via several retailers and a large global rollout. And the more powerful Xbox Series X will cost USD 499, with a USD 35 per month Xbox All Access financing option. Both the consoles will be launched on 10th November 2020.

So, we need to wait further in order to get more updates about the specifications of these consoles.

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