It’s official now. Xbox Series X will not be delayed and will arrive on the same day with Xbox Series S. Microsoft has confirmed that it will cost $499 and can be reserved this month.
Yesterday, a leak from Windows Central caused Microsoft to move tab and officially announce Xbox Series S, as well as the launch date of the console and its price.
Xbox Series S will have a $299 price tag and will be out on November 10. It is a console prepared for the next generation thanks to its ray tracing compatible architecture and all the improvements of Xbox Series X.
The Series S presentation was a good new, but we were still waiting for the official Xbox Series X launch details. Fortunately, here it is.
This is the tweet…
Xbox Series X: $499 (ERP)
Xbox Series S: $299 (ERP)
Release date: November 10
— Xbox (@Xbox) September 9, 2020
Xbox has just made it official that on November 10, Xbox Series X will also arrive. In addition, they have confirmed that the price of the console will be $499, as previously rumored.
In addition to the official announce of Series X, Microsoft has announced that the pre-orders of the two models will open on September 20. This data is important and, according to rumors, there may be a shortage of consoles due to COVID-19, so it would be a good idea to reserve it if you are interested.
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Of course, it was not the only bombshell of the day. The most gamers already know that they have a service called Game Pass which, basically, is a service that allows you to access more than 100 games each month on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs with the corresponding app.
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— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) September 9, 2020
Additionally, xCloud is included in the subscription, a service that is now being expanded thanks to the arrival of EA Access. EA Access was the same as Game Pass, but with a separate subscription to enjoy Electronic Arts titles.