After months of waiting for an answer, we finally know when Xbox Series X will launch. Microsoft’s next-gen console will be out on November 10, albeit without the now-delayed Halo Infinite to serve as its biggest launch game.
Microsoft announced the news today along with the price of the Xbox Series X: $499. The more-powerful console will be supported alongside the cheaper Xbox Series S, which is out on November 10 for $299 and supports the same games. That system is digital-only, however, cannot support native 4K resolution, and includes a significantly weaker GPU that is capable of 4 TFLOPs instead of the 12 TFLOPs on Xbox Series X.
The Xbox Series X will also be available through monthly payments as part of the Xbox All Access program in 12 countries. It will cost $35 per month while the Xbox Series S will be $25 per month. Both provide two years of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, including an EA Play membership.
We are still waiting on a final release date and price for Sony’s PS5. The system was fully unveiled over the summer along with some of its biggest games. Like Microsoft, Sony is releasing two versions of the console, but they will be identical except for either having or omitting a disc drive.
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