XBox broke the internet when it announced the Series S is coming and will be priced at $299 USD. This is the first official price released in the console war and is as low as a player could hope for. This is mighty pleasing to budget gamers as well as space savers, as the mini-machine is 60% smaller than the Series X. In going with many leakers, it’s looking like November 10th is the morning to wait outside your local retailer, and that both the Series X and Series S will come out the same day. This means that they could be the first next gen machines we’ll be able to play Cyberpunk 2077, Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War and Assassins Creed Valhalla on (besides on PC, of course).
It’s exciting to finally see a big development in the console wars, and although XBox will release more on this shortly, we will be looking over what we know in terms of specs for the little speaker looking console and how they compare to its big brother. We know it can’t be more powerful by design, but if it is comparable, Sony’s next generation of consoles could be in trouble. It’s tough to beat good quality at a low price, and although they are the favourite, favourites often lose. Remember the Sega Genesis?
We’ll look at what we know about its Solid State Drive, resolution capabilities, and other features to paint you an accurate picture of how the Series S compares to the Series X, and how it may tilt the console war in Microsoft’s favour.
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