Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S: Everything You Need to Know

As we creep closer to the release date of the next-generation consoles, Microsoft has revealed some huge news in the past few days. Here’s a wrap up of what you need to know.

Xbox Series X

The Xbox Series X will be the fastest and most powerful Xbox yet, featuring innovative hardware and software features for more dynamic and richer gaming worlds. Designed for speed and performance, the custom 1TB SSD & CPU unlocks new capabilities so you can play more and wait less. Enjoy true 4K gaming and up to 120 fps, delivering unparalleled graphical fidelity. Find out more about the specs and features here.

Xbox Series S

The Xbox Series S will join the next-generation console line-up. This is an all-digital console that will be the smallest Xbox yet, but still have similar performance to the Xbox Series X. Designed for the digital-first player, this console has a white sleek design perfect for fitting in with your home set-up. Enjoy next-gen speed, custom SSD, seamless game switching, lightning-fast load times and more!

Series X and Series S Specifications

Price of the Next-Generation Consoles

The prices have been revealed for the new consoles:

Xbox Series X - £449.99

Xbox Series S - £249.99

Release Date

Both the Xbox Series X and S consoles will be released on November 10th 2020.

When Can I Pre-order?

You don’t have long to wait. You can pre-order the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S with GAME on September 22nd 2020. Register your interest here to find out when pre-orders go live!

Get EA Play with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for No Additional Cost

Microsoft will be teaming up with EA to bring more than 60 of their biggest and best console and PC games to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for no additional cost. You will be able to enjoy games such as FIFA 20, Titanfall 2, The Sims, Mass Effect, Battlefield and more all within their Xbox Game Pass subscription. With exclusive in-game challenges, member-only content, discounts and more, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate lets you jump into more game experiences with ease.

What do you think? Will you be pre-ordering the Xbox Series S or X?