A listing for the Xbox Series X has been spotted on Canadian consumer electronics website The Source, which features an image of the console’s box alongside press shots of the device. The main image on the box focuses on the grating at the top of the device, and symbols in the corner tout features such as the Series X’s 4K 120 FPS capabilities, the Xbox Velocity Architecture system and the console’s 1 TB SSD.
We recently learned that Xbox Series X will launch on November 10, 2020, retailing at $499 USD / £449 / $749 AUD. The Xbox Series S was also announced, a less-powerful, all-digital version which outputs at 1440p instead of 4K. The Xbox Series S will retail at $299 USD / £249, with preorders for both consoles kicking off on September 22.
If you’re not sure which console to pick up, check out our article comparing the specifications between the two consoles to help you make that decision. You can also check out the full Xbox Series X games list here, which runs through all rumored and confirmed titles coming to Microsoft’s slate of next-gen consoles.
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