Microsoft reveals its Xbox Series X Console

Series X? Does this mean multiple consoles at launch?

Microsoft reveals its Xbox Series X Console

Microsoft reveals its Xbox Series X Console

At The Game Awards 2019, Microsoft unveiled its Xbox Series X console, revealing a cuboid-shaped console with an Xbox Pro Controller-like gamepad. The console will release in the Holiday 2020 timeframe at an unknown price tag. 

The Xbox Series X name suggests that Microsoft's next-gen console is a "series" and not a singular console, which supports the recent rumours that Microsoft's lower-end Lockhart console is still in development. This means that Microsoft may release two Xbox Series X systems in 2020, giving gamers an affordable alternative to their higher-end next-gen system. 

Microsoft's new console looks a lot like a PC tower at the time of writing, but it's too early to rule out a design change before the console's release in late 2020. At least it looks better than Sony's PlayStation 4 development kits...

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13-12-2019, 04:36:35

Looks like a vertical PC case.

What kinda console needs to be this tall? It won't look right anywhere. Gonna stand out and distract peopleQuote

13-12-2019, 04:41:49

I actually quite like the look of that(I hope people can lay it down if they need to tho)Quote

13-12-2019, 05:11:06

I genuinely think a lot of people are going to be put off having that in their lounge. That said from a thermal perspective it makes a lot of sense, though idiots will put things on the top and blame MS when it goes pop.Quote

13-12-2019, 05:21:01

Originally Posted by Chopper3 View Post
I genuinely think a lot of people are going to be put off having that in their lounge.
It just looks like an Amazon Alexa thingy majig, towers with holes in the top are all the rage now it seems. But yeah that thing better have a fine dust protector in there.Quote

13-12-2019, 05:43:24

Hold on. Hear me out here.

Does this make the XSeX the successor to the XbOne?Quote

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