The Xbox Series X launch will be in the last week of November, according to Microsoft’s chief financial officer, who talked about release date in an interview.
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When will the new Xbox generation come onto the market? So far it was always called “end of 2020”, but now there is almost a correct date.
Gamers are eagerly awaiting the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles. When do the devices appear? There has only been speculation about this for many months, most recently it was only clear that it would happen at the end of 2020. So it doesn’t take long for the so-called next-gen consoles to start. While Sony remains silent, Microsoft has apparently -and accidentally- given an important tip.
It was in response to a question from me and I said "new console" and "November holidays." Her answer was the single word "yes."
— Dina Bass (@dinabass) July 22, 2020
Xbox Series X launch will be at late November 2020
The Xbox Series X release date appears to be late November 2020. How does this come about? Journalist Dina Bass from the Bloomberg news agency spoke to Microsoft’s chief financial officer Amy Hood about the new console, among other things.
Hood replied to the specific question of whether the Xbox Series X will be released in the US in November with a simple “yes”. The so-called “November Holidays” usually herald the holiday season in the USA, starting with Thanksgiving. 2020 will start on November 26th, so it is likely that the new Xbox generation will hit the market around this date. It is currently not known when Sony will post or even submit.