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Next-gen Xbox consoles launch November 10, pre-orders starting soon

10 Sep 2020 | Rasmus Larsen |

Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will both launch globally on November 10, 2020, for $500/€500 and $300/€300. Xbox All Access will expand to new regions.

Next-gen Xbox consoles

After several leaks, Microsoft has made it official. The new generation of game consoles will, at least for Microsoft, launch on November 10, 2020. Pre-orders are scheduled to start on September 22. - "Xbox Series X, our most powerful console ever made, and Xbox Series S, next-generation performance in our smallest console ever built at a more affordable price, launch globally November 10, pre-orders start September 22," said Microsoft. Xbox Series X and Series S will cost $500/€500 and $300/€300, respectively. The difference between the two? Besides design and size, technical specifications for both are listed in the spec table at the bottom.

Xbox Series X, Series S

Microsoft is also expanding its Xbox All Access subscription service to more regions. A subscription plan will give you a next-generation Xbox console plus access to over 100 Xbox/PC games from Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for 24 months. On top of that, Microsoft is adding access to EA Play to the package. Xbox All Access will be available in a total of 12 countries this November: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, the UK, and the US. In the US it will cost $25 per $35 monthly for an Xbox Series S or Series X, respectively. You can also subscribe to Xbox Game Pass without All Access. A regular subscription to Game Pass will you give you access to Microsoft's library of over 100 games. The game subscription service is key to transforming 'Xbox' from a physical console into a brand associated with the full gaming experience, the company has said. More coverage: Xbox Series X and Series S With Microsoft's final announcements we are now waiting for Sony to reveal it cards. Sony has said that it will launch two versions of PlayStation 5 (with or without a disc drive) in late 2020. Pricing details for PS5 have yet to be announced.

Xbox Series X, Series S specs




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