Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are finally revealed, Microsoft finally shows advances of the two Xbox consoles for the next generation, with the objective of positioning itself in the leadership of the console market, Both consoles will be launched on November 10, 2020.
It was confirmed through several sources that the Xbox Series S will cost $299 with an Xbox All Access financing option of $25 per month, which Microsoft plans to push through several retailers and a major global launch. The most powerful Xbox Series X will cost $499, with an Xbox All Access financing option of $35 per month.
Microsoft will drive the funding of Xbox All Access much more broadly than in this generation, which was considered a pilot program. We expect Xbox All Access to expand into many more markets than before, and we also expect the Xbox series consoles to prepare for a simultaneous global launch into all existing Xbox markets.Jez Corden – Windows Central.com
The Xbox Series S just leaked (via Brad Sams), giving us a glimpse into Microsoft’s next generation entry-level SKU. The Xbox Series S is small enough to fit inside an Xbox Series X, and is expected to have about 4TF RDNA2, which makes it about as powerful as the Xbox One X, perhaps geared to 1080p monitors with better frame rates.
The prices that Microsoft has proposed for Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X place them firmly in line with those of Xbox One S and Xbox One X, and it will be interesting to see how Sony pays for the PlayStation 5 in response. Microsoft has committed to bringing the entire Xbox One game library, including Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible, to Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, and its best Xbox One headset and all its other accessories will “just work” in the next generation.