Xbox Series X

Power Your Dreams.
Coming Holiday 2020.

Features that will make your current console jealous

Monolithic hardware design.
With a sleek, minimalist, jet-black tower that is only the width of an Xbox One controller, Xbox Series X has a tiny footprint that can be stored vertically or horizontally to compliment your home theatre décor.
Next generation speed and function.
Featuring processing power four times faster than Xbox One X, the new Xbox Series X operates cool and quiet as a ninja lying in wait to strike.
Supercharged gaming experience.
Insanely clear 4K visuals at 60 fps and almost no load-time waiting thanks to a GDDR6 memory. Plus, new ray tracing technology resulting in uber-realistic lighting and reflections.
A refined controller at your fingertips. You better hold on.
A classic controller layout with updates such as a new Share button to share your game highlights on social channels, a Hydrid D-pad to provide more accuracy, shoulder buttons with an increased angle, and textured triggers for improved grip.

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What to know more? Here are our Xbox Series X FAQ

When is the release date for the Xbox Series X?

The exact date for the release of Xbox Series X hasn’t been announced yet but we do know that it will be coming out sometime in the final months of 2020.

Xbox Series X Specs:

Processor - Custom AMD Zen 2-based CPU (8x @ 3.6 GHz)

Graphics - Custom AMD Navi-based GPU (12 TF RDNA)

Memory - 16GB GDDR6 RAM

Storage - NVMe SSD

Video output - 8K, 4K @ 120Hz

Optical drive - 4K Blu-ray

Ports - One front-facing USB Type-A; Unknown

Color - Matte Black

Size - 30cm x 16cm x 16cm (estimate)

How much will the Xbox Series X cost?

The exact price of the new console hasn’t been announced but game experts have estimated the price range of $400-450 USD.

Will there be an upgrade to storage?

Storage is one of the biggest upgrades featured in the Xbox Series X with the use of a SSD (Solid State Drive). With an SSD, not only will storage be improved, but game load times will also be exponentially faster.

Will the Xbox Series X be backwards compatible?

The Xbox Series X will support backwards compatibility for all three previous generations of Xbox.

What games are confirmed?

Currently, there are only a couple games confirmed for Xbox Series X: Halo Infinite and Senua's Saga: Hellblade II. Microsoft is sure to announce more new games soon.