Xbox Series X is reported priced at $499 and will be available on November 10th
Microsoft revealed last month that Xbox Series X will be available in November, just in time for this year’s holiday shopping season. Now, Windows Central reports a more specific release date and even the price of the technology giant’s next-generation console.
The X series costs $499 and will be available on November 10th. The publication’s report followed the leak, which showed the appearance of the Xbox Series S probably Microsoft’s cheaper diskless console.
According to Windows Central, Microsoft will provide a $35 monthly Xbox All Access financing option for the X series. The publication also confirmed that the price of the S series is $299.
According to reports, Microsoft will provide it with a $25 monthly Xbox All Access financing option, and will strive for as much market as possible by launching cheaper game consoles worldwide. The publication said that the S series will also be available on November 10.
Xbox Series X has backward compatibility and will be able to play 4K games. At the same time, as its price suggests,
Xbox Series S is most likely to be less powerful of the two. Previous reports stated that it is capable of 1080p and 1440p games, and has smaller RAM and smaller CPU than Series X.