Microsoft’s next-generation console, Xbox Series X, will be released in November, according to a new tweet from technology journalist Dina Bass. During the interview, Bass asked if the release date for the “new console” was still on the “November holiday” route, and Microsoft’s chief financial officer, Amy Hood, gave a positive answer. However, he did not give an exact release date.
While the answer is general, it suggests that Xbox Series X will be available during the Christmas shopping season in November. Earlier, the Xbox Series X had announced it would be released during the 2020 holiday season, but officials have not announced a specific release date. As early as March, the console was listed as “Thanksgiving 2020” on the official product page of some regions. However, Microsoft says the list is a mistake. The first-generation Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One were released in November.