Japanese media, including FAMI, are currently preempting the Xbox Series X. They shared some of the host’s experience reports, plus close-up photos of the final product. One notable detail is that the host appearing in these photos is a retail version with a production date of September 15. So players who start the Xbox Series X console on the first day may also see this production date.
Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox Series X will be released on November 10. In addition to the Xbox Series X, Microsoft has released the lower-priced next-generation console version of the Xbox Series S. The next generation of Xbox Series X has a running target of 4K resolution, while the Xbox Series S has a target resolution of 1440p.
Microsoft’s Xbox Series X is down-compatible, and older games that are not optimized for new consoles in time can get faster reading. In addition to performance, there is a difference in hard disk space between the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S, which is 1T and 512GB. Microsoft also offers a 1TB extended storage card for new consoles to choose from, but it’s expensive.