Highlights from the Xbox Series X include an internal storage of 1TB custom NVMe SSD, as well as a proprietary external 1TB expansion card, alongside its 8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.8GHz CPU that can effectively run four Xbox One S game sessions at once. The new game console’s performance target ranges from a standard of 4K at 60fps and up to 120fps under the most demanding circumstances. Xbox’s standout feature is the Series X’s ability to play games from all four generations, upping performance, speed, and compatibility along with enhanced graphics
The Xbox Series S has a slim, white contrasting appearance from the Xbox Series X and will deliver “next-gen performance in the smallest Xbox ever,” despite the X already being small in comparison to the next-gen PlayStation 5. Microsoft has also confirmed the system will cost half of what the Series X is. According to sources, many believe the console will feature similar internals to the Series X, but with less powerful CPU/GPU and no disc drive. If so, the console may be the cheapest way to play new games, but at the cost of 4K capabilities.
The Xbox Series X is available to pre-order for $499 USD while the Xbox Series S is also available for $299 USD at Amazon, Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Sam’s Club GameStop, Newegg, ANTonline, and the Microsoft Store (Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S). Both consoles will debut November 10.