After the leak, Microsoft boldly got into it: the Xbox Series S release date was confirmed, as well as the knowledge of the machine!
This morning we woke up with the official confirmation of Xbox Series S, the more modest version of Microsoft’s new generation system that had been rumored for many months.
The official announcement only revealed the design of the machine and the price of 299 euros, making it a more than competitive option for users. The Redmond company promised more details soon, but a trailer for Xbox Series X leaked a few minutes later. Now, Microsoft has made it official and we can tell you what its real specifications will be.
Microsoft boasts that Xbox Series S will be the smallest Xbox to date, occupying about 60% less space than Xbox Series X, its “big sister.” On your hardware you will have a custom 512GB NVME SSD; an important aspect since the console will be exclusively digital due to the absence of a disc player. Video promises fast loading times and when switching between your games when playing next-generation games.
Xbox Series S will be available from November 10.
On a technical level, it will reach 1440p resolution, although it promises 4K rescaling in games and multimedia content. It will also be able to achieve refresh rates of 120fps and make use of the ray-tracing technology that is so much talked about in this new step forward in the world of video games. The video concludes with the most important thing, its release date: Xbox Series S will be available on November 10.
This announcement opens the way that we already have a date for the arrival of the new generation of consoles. Now, only wait to see if Microsoft will maintain this same date for Xbox Series X. If you want to know everything about Xbox Series S, we analyze the keys to how Xbox has achieved so much power in such a small console and a report on everything you need to know about the new Microsoft console. In addition, you can also see his side more fun with the best memes about designing Xbox Series S.
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