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Where to sign up for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S

Where to sign up for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S

It’s hard to believe, but the price of the next-generation console is finally set. Surprisingly, Microsoft confirmed not only the price of the Xbox Series S, but its existence. The smaller version of the next-generation Xbox still sheds light on the details, but we know the price of the Xbox Series S. It’s $299. This is in line with previous leaks in price and design, with the Xbox Series X priced at $499 USD, further reinforcing the rumor that both consoles will hit retail stores on November 10, 2020. See the subject-only PlayStation page for where to sign up for PS5 pre-order notifications.

Xbox Series X Preorder information page

We knew for a while. Currently, the Xbox Series X will go on sale in November 2020, but the exact booking date, price, and release date are just rumors. Nevertheless, you can still access the Xbox Series X information page at the following retailers and read on the following consoles: Once your Xbox Series X pre-order has started, you can enter your notification email address on some pages.

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Xbox Series S Preorder information page

At this time, there is no notification page set for the newly published Xbox Series S. All we know is its $299 price and the “smallest Xbox ever.” From the design, it looks like digital only, but again, nothing but the existence of the rumored “Lockheart” Xbox Series S and finally (finally!) the next generation console price announcement. Is also not confirmed.

Although not officially confirmed, the Xbox Series S runs games at 1440p, 120fps, supports ray tracing, and includes NVMe 512GB SSD. Reportedly.

Xbox Series X specifications

On February 24th, Microsoft released the official Xbox Series X technical specifications, which promised 12 teraflops of graphics processing power and backward compatibility to the original Xbox console.

Here’s an overview of the technical specifications for the Xbox Series X:

  • Custom-designed AMD Zen 2 and RDNA 2 processors
  • Variable Rate Shading (VRS) “Patented Form”
  • DirectX ray tracing (hardware acceleration)
  • SSD storage
  • HDMI 2.1
  • 120fps support

The console’s Velocity architecture, Microsoft says, is not only smaller in game file size, less loaded and faster, but it also offers other immediate benefits. Microsoft also unveiled the Xbox Series X UI and said its new interface will reduce home screen load times at startup and when returning from the game to the home screen.

Xbox Series X Release Date

The only official word about the release date of the Xbox Series X is that “Holiday 2020” will be released. There was a reliable Xbox Series X release date leak in early August, with a sticker stating “Do not sell or exhibit by November 6th” on the suspicious Xbox controller package. This has been the closest to the actual date so far, but Microsoft hasn’t confirmed it yet.

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According to the latest rumors, the Xbox Series X release date is November 10, 2020, but that’s just rumor.

Xbox Series X Game Price

Prices for next-generation games are a bit complicated. Many Xbox Series X compatible games priced this fall, including Ubisoft’s fall lineup, are priced at $60. Others like the NBA 2K21 are $70. Starting next year, the $70 MSRP for Xbox Series X titles will become more common.

Xbox series X games

Thanks to Microsoft’s longstanding need for backward compatibility, the Xbox Series X will be available in “thousands of games.” Some of the big launch window titles announced are Halo Infinite, Cyberpunk 2077, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Check the Xbox Series X Games List Wiki for the latest list of all the rumored and rumored Series X titles.