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The Xbox Series X, Microsoft’s next generation video game console, will be released on November 10 for $499.
Preorders will begin on September 22, and Microsoft is also offering a monthly payment option for the console via its Xbox All Access program.
The Xbox Series X will replace the Xbox One as Microsoft’s flagship console, but new Xbox games will continue to work on the Xbox One.
In addition to the Series X, Microsoft is releasing the $299 Xbox Series S, an all-digital version of the console with less powerful hardware.
The Xbox Series X, Microsoft’s next generation video game console, will launch on November 10 for $499. Preorders will begin on September 22.
The Xbox Series X will replace the Xbox One X as Microsoft’s flagship console and will be backwards compatible with all Xbox One games and controllers on release. Older games will see significant graphical improvements on the Xbox Series X, including support for 120 frames per second playback. Microsoft says the Xbox Series X will be capable of playing thousands of games from the original Xbox and Xbox 360 at launch.
So far, Xbox fans can look forward to a new “Fable” game, “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla,” and more than a dozen other games coming to the Xbox Series X and Xbox One in November. “Halo Infinite” was originally intended to launch alongside the new console but the game has now been delayed to 2021.
Below, we’ve broken down everything we know so far about how to buy the console. We’ll update this article with more preorder links and purchase options as they are posted.
Xbox Series X price
The Xbox Series X will cost $499 when it’s released on November 10. Preorders will be available starting September 22.
In addition to regular purchase options from various retailers, Microsoft will also offer a monthly purchase option for the console as part of its Xbox All Access program. The plan costs $34.99 a month for 24 months, and includes the system and a 24 month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. You can find more details here.
Several stores, including Microsoft, Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and GameStop, have already launched landing pages to keep buyers up to date about preorders. Be sure to check back for more information on September 22.
In addition to the Xbox Series X, Microsoft is also launching another new Xbox console that will be slightly weaker than the Series X with a lower price tag, too. The system, called the Xbox Series S, will cost $299 and is also set for release on November 10.
Xbox Series X specifications and features
Microsoft says the Xbox Series X is about twice as strong as the Xbox …read more
Source:: Business Insider