Phil Spencer, the Head of Xbox, has revealed the launch date and pricing information of both the Xbox Series X, and her less powerful sister Xbox Series S.
Both next-gen consoles will launch on November 10 .Xbox Series X will cost $499.99, while the Xbox Series S is priced at $299.99.
With Xbox All Access, you can choose to pay for both consoles in installments: $34.99/month for 24 months for Xbox Series X and $24.99/month for 24 months for Xbox Series S. In addition to a next-gen console, you will also be getting an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription to both Xbox and PC.
That sounds like quite a deal, as Xbox Game Pass includes over 200 games. Although the Xbox All Access isn’t currently available everywhere, Spencer claims that it will be expanded to new territories in 2021.
There you have it. The digital-only Xbox Series S looks like a great option for those looking for a serious collection of games to play at a relatively low price. However, I’m sure most hardcore games will go for the Series X, as it will be a “truly next-gen” console.
In case you’re wondering – here’s a full, detailed list of the specs differences between Microsoft’s two upcoming consoles:Some of our posts include links to online retail stores. We get a small cut if you buy something through one of our links. Don't worry, it doesn't cost you anything extra.