Microsoft is releasing news about the Xbox Series X in a consistent clasp. From its noteworthy specifications to it supporting the all-new backward compatibility feature, the Xbox Series X intends to be the most exhaustive gaming console that Microsoft has ever made. Microsoft claims that the framework will have the option to run games at 60 frames per second in a resolution of 4K. There’s additionally the chance that it would support games at 120 frames per second or in a resolution of 8K, in spite of the fact that it would be stupid to bet on both at once. The framework bolsters another feature called ray tracing, with a 1 TB SSD that will guarantee quick load times. The details we know of the game library are somewhat vaguer at the present moment, yet it would have the option to play Halo Infinite, Hellblade 2, Outriders and that’s just the beginning.
Xbox Series X Controller
Xbox Series X will come in the market with another form of the Wireless Controller. While it looks genuinely indistinguishable from the current Xbox One controller, the gamepad will include a committed Share button for effectively capturing screenshots as well as game clips, just as an amended d-pad dependent on that of the Xbox Elite Series 2 controller. Another updated feature would be textured dots on the triggers and bumpers, along with matte finishing on the d-pad and the shoulder button. It’s additionally important that the Xbox Series X will work with all current accessories of Xbox One, so your current Xbox Wireless Controller or Xbox Elite Wireless Controller will extend fine and dandy.
Xbox Series X Release date
Microsoft has given no exact date but the span window of “Holidays 2020” – which implies we’ll likely observe the Xbox Series X being marketed worldwide somewhere between the months of October and December this year. Truth is stranger than fiction, the new Xbox will release worldwide in this span, even for Japan where the Xbox brand has recently had poor sales. We’re expecting the Xbox Series X release to be somewhere in November as, truly, that is when Microsoft normally released all its consoles. It’s conceivable that the discharge date will be November 26, 2020, as the day is Thanksgiving 2020 that is a holiday observed in the states. So it can be interpreted that maybe that’s what Xbox meant by Holiday 2020. Again, these are all just educated guesses, none of this is official.
Xbox Series X Design
Xbox Series X has an extraordinarily new design as compared to the models released before. Beginning from the upstanding tower oriented shape of this console, it would resemble the gaming Computers. Apart from the fact that Microsoft has not yet affirmed whether the Series X would sit vertically or horizontally. From what we’ve found in the Series X release trailer, it is well-known that the console is black with marginally indented cooling vents on the top and these vents seem to have green light inside. The Xbox logo would be present on the upper left-hand corner of the Xbox and also there’s a disc drive, placed vertically on the left-hand side.
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Xbox Series X Specs
Initiating with the Processor, Xbox Series X has the 8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.8GHz (3.6GHz with SMT) 7nm and a GPU is 12 TFLOPs, 52 CUs at 1.825GHz with custom RDNA 2. About the memory, the Xbox series X would have a 16 GB GDDR6 RAM. No console showed such specs in gaming history. The console would have 1 TB custom NVMe SSD storage. It would provide 120 fps gaming experience with potential 8K resolution. Ray-tracing technology is also introduced in this launch of Xbox. Moreover, the smart delivery and backward compatibility make this console, the future of gaming.
Xbox Series X Features
For the record, we know that Microsoft has an intriguing relationship with Virtual reality. For the PCs, its Windows Mixed Reality activity has discovered moderate achievement, including a wide assortment of lightweight VR headsets and offering a large number of games and experiences in its library
Talking of those small connecting slots on the back, front, or might on the front of the new gaming console, it might bring the console to a whole new level of connectivity with it in Holiday 2020. It would support many connections because of the large number of slots present in the Xbox Series X. It reportedly would have two super-speed USB-A ports on the back, Ethernet, one HDMI port, optical sound, and a port for power connection. USB-A port on the front too can be expected.
There’s another gossip doing the rounds, which includes the new reassure offering a “Windows Mode”, which would permit it to get to other game launchers/stores like Steam or the Epic Games Store, basically transforming your Xbox Series X into a PC.
Microsoft has affirmed that it will accompany 1TB of internal storage. It’s would have a custom-built NVMe SSD which can be upgraded using 1TB extension cards designed compatible with storage specialist Seagate.
Xbox Series X Price
How much will the Xbox series x cost? Well to that it can be said that Xbox Series X doesn’t yet have an official cost yet, however, we anticipate that the Xbox Series X price would be exceptionally high, given its very good quality specs. Following the context, both the models of the gaming console i.e. Original Xbox One and Xbox One X came in the market with a price of about $499. In any case, you will have a choice to pay in installments for your Series X. The gaming console has been added to Microsoft’s Xbox All Access program, which permits you to fund an installment of just $19.99 per month. The members of the All Access program can move up to Series X launching in Holiday 2020 once they’ve made 18 installments.