Hours after Microsoft’s Xbox Series S console generally released, the organization has gone on the record to affirm its reality. In a tweet, Microsoft depicts the Series S as offering “next-gen performance in the smallest Xbox ever” and lists the cost as the previously leaked figure of $299. In the UK it’ll cost £249.99. It’s coming November 10th, the organization uncovered in another trailer later in the day.
The going with picture gives a superior look at the Series S than the first leaked picture, flaunting how dainty it is and affirming the absence of a disc drive. Similarly as with the leaked imagery, the Series S is imagined standing upstanding, yet the direction of the Xbox logo proposes it’s required to be all the more generally used in a traditional horizontal configuration.
That is pretty much just for the declaration at this moment — Microsoft says it will share more data “soon.”
Windows Central reports that both the Series X and Series S will launch on November 10th, with the recently declared high-end Series X selling for $499. As The Verge has previously detailed, the Series S (codenamed Lockhart) is intended to play next-gen games in a smaller, less expensive package with less GPU power and lower resolution output than the Series X.