Xbox Series S

The Xbox Series S will be cheap but is it worth it?

The smallest Xbox ever will cost $299

Microsoft has revealed to us everything we need to know about the next-generation console, the Xbox Series X, and among other things informed us that a more modest version will also come under the name Series S about which nothing was known until now.

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It was not long before Microsoft itself finally confirmed it. The smallest Xbox ever will cost $299. But more than the price, what we are interested in is definitely what this device is capable of, in the end, Microsoft says that both consoles will have almost the same performance. At that price difference will be hard to believe.

Another video leaked finally clarifies our doubts and everything makes sense.

The Xbox Series S will be a single digital version without disks, a move followed by the PS5, but what worries us is actually the console SSD which according to the video will be 512GB.

A part of this space will be occupied by the operating system. Also, the new generation games are expected to increase the space they require available in relation to the quality, so very little space is provided for games. Just think GTA V is 45GB, in total, you will not be able to download more than 10 games on this console. And if you are going to download something else, you do not have the previously downloaded and paid games.

The solution from Microsoft comes in the form of the Project xCloud platform which allows you to stream them without having to download, from a catalog of more than 100 titles. But of course for this service, you have to pay a certain subscription fee.

So in these conditions is it really worth buying the Xbox Series S? Is it really cheaper? Of course, we still remain in the circle of speculation, nothing officially has been confirmed.

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Xbox Series X Official

The Xbox Series X is official, will cost $499

Orders start on September 22nd

Microsoft confirmed the release of the Xbox Series X on November 10 for $499. Orders start on September 22nd. Regardless of the console, you choose to purchase, the company will offer free EA Access as part of the Game Pass giving players access to over 60 titles like Mass Effect or Battlefield.

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In addition to the Xbox Series X, Microsoft yesterday unveiled the budget model of the Xbox Series S. The latter will cost $299 but has enough power for 1440p up to 120fps. But if you are looking to play 4K games then the Xbox Series X is a must and offers enough hardware while costing 2 times less than a gaming computer.

Microsoft also talked about the titles that will come to Project xCloud, the platform where players play in the cloud and that debuts on September 15th. The platform has been in the testing phase since September 15th.

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Microsoft’s new Xbox console just doesn’t look like it

We have long known this console under the codename “Project Scarlett” and it looks and feels like the brain of a personal computer. This design by Xbox boss Phil Spencer helps Microsoft accommodate more processor power while keeping noise levels low.

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The console will be less noisy than the Xbox One X and there is only one fan that pushes the air up. Xbox Series X is as wide as a remote and about three times as long. On the technical side, Microsoft says the Xbox Series X can easily handle 4K video at 60 frequencies per second and in other formats up to 120 frequencies per second.

The console comes with new ray tracing technology as well as 8K resolution. On the inside is a custom processor and graphics as well as SSD memory. The latter will significantly shorten the time that proper console to open games.

Xbox Series X
Xbox Series X

Along with the console Microsoft also introduced the Xbox Wireless remote control. It runs on Xbox One and Windows 10 and will be included with any Xbox Series X console.

Microsoft said the console will be sold for the holiday season next year but did not provide details on how much it will cost.

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Microsoft: Next Xbox Generation will have AMD Processor, GDDR6 RAM and SSD

It has the ability to play 4K games, which is very impressive when you consider how much power 4K constantly requires, but later this year, Microsoft‘s next Xbox will make the Xbox One X look weak.

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In E3 2019, Microsoft has detailed the upcoming Xbox that is currently being referred to as Project Scarlett.

Correct hardware details are unclear, but Microsoft declares on their website that the console will use an AMD processor, GDDR6 RAM and an SSD that will make the console nearly four times as powerful as the Xbox One X.

The company is also boasting of how it will be able to play their next games in up to 120 fps.

The console is expected to be launched later in the year where other details such as the price will be revealed.

Microsoft has also revealed that Halo Infinite will also launch with Project Scarlett.

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Microsoft brings the new XBox One in 2019 without disk

Microsoft brings the new XBox One in 2019 without disk

Microsoft is preparing to launch a new gaming system for 2019, but without the discs.

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This means it will only work with the digital shop on the Internet. Games will only be purchased digitally and downloadable to play.

In fact, although it’s nice to have a disk on the shelf as a collection, the market for downloaded games digitally has grown very much recently.

The reason why Microsoft is doing this is to give the device a cheaper price and maintain the same quality.

The chances are that power is the same as the latest system, but it will costs less. Maybe under $200.

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