This week has brought a lot of Xbox news, including the official reveal of the Xbox Series S. While not completely as powerful as the premium Xbox Series X, both consoles offer a good experience for gamers who want to get into the next generation right on November 10.
With a lot of information out there, obviously some of it will be misleading or just false. How can you get all the right information, as well as an interpretation of what it means all in one place? Look no further! Below you’ll find a side by side comparison of the Xbox Series S and the Xbox Series X:
You might be reading that while saying “that’s all great but what does it mean?” We got you. The Xbox Series S is truly an entry-level console for the next generation. In other words, you won’t get the teraflops or the storage of the Series X, but you’ll still get a solid next-gen experience.
The biggest difference between the two is the exclusion of a disc drive in the Xbox Series S. All games will have to be purchased digitally, and there will obviously be no way to watch 4K Blu-Rays. While the Xbox Series X still offers the standard choice between physical and digital, the Series S means a commitment to digital.
For those who love video, we break down the Series S and who it’s for here:
Both the Xbox Series S and the Xbox Series X will be available for pre-order on September 22, with a release date of November 10, 2020. With Xbox All-Access, you can get a Series X and Game Pass Ultimate for just $35 per month.
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