/The Xbox Series X and Series S can launch at $ 299 and 99 499, respectively

The Xbox Series X and Series S can launch at $ 299 and 99 499, respectively

The pair of Microsoft’s next-gen gaming consoles, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, could finally go on sale November 10, Windows Central reported. According to details shared by multiple reports over the past few hours, the Xbox Series X is likely to retail at 4 499, and the entry-level Xbox Series S could be priced at 29 299 in the US retail although later prices are similar to its predecessor, the Xbox One S, Xbox Series X, the former. Rumors indicated that it was 100 more than its last genre, the Xbox One X.

When Windows Central launches, Microsoft will offer monthly Xbox All Access financing options that give you consoles and access to all Xbox series, including online multiplayer and game pass subscriptions. Under this plan the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S can set you up to $ 35 and 25 25 per month.

Microsoft, last month, confirmed a November release for its upcoming console. “The Xbox Series X launches worldwide this November when more than 100 hopefuls will play thousands of games to play for the Xbox Series X title, built to take full advantage of our most powerful consoles,” planned for this year, “Xbox’s Will Total said in a blog post. Wrote.

We reached out to Microsoft for a confirmation and we will update the story when we hear.

Courtesy of Thurrot, we probably got our first look at the more affordable Xbox Series S console. According to a leaked promotional clip, the predecessor of the Xbox Series S will inherit the design elements of the Xbox One S, and it features a thin white exterior instead of the Xbox Series X’s huge and solid tower color. The figure suggests that the Xbox Series S will probably not be equipped with a traditional thematic disk drive as a cost-cutting arrangement and will carry a round vent like a speaker at the top.

Microsoft has actively teased the Xbox Series X, its next-gen high-end console, over the past year and has released some of its key hardware specifications. It will provide 12 teleflaps of GPU and support 4K gaming up to 120 frames per second. It will have high speed SSD storage 1TB and 16GB GDDR6 memory. The Xbox Series SK, on ​​the other hand, has been largely covered so far, and it’s not clear how much it will lose in performance to save 200.

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