If you’re hoping to get your hands on a brand new Microsoft Xbox Series X or Series S and want to avoid paying scalpers, there’s a good chance that you’re going to have to wait. However, this doesn’t mean that Microsoft isn’t trying to do their best to try and build as many consoles as quickly as possible.
While the majority of mobile games can be played perfectly fine using the onscreen controls, there are some games that might benefit from using an external game controller. However, this in turn raises some issues in which gamers will need to spend extra money on a separate accessory.
While online shopping has become increasingly common, one of the advantages of buying a product in-person at a physical store is that you don’t have to wait for it to ship to your location, meaning you’ll be able to get it on the day itself. This is why some people still prefer going to physical stores for launch day purchases.
In order to make the Xbox Series S cheaper than the Xbox Series X, certain concessions had to be made, and one of those came in the form of smaller storage capacity where the console would ship with a 512GB drive. However, it seems that out of the 512GB of storage, you won’t actually be able to use all of it.
Gaming consoles these days aren’t just for gaming, but are used for general entertainment purposes. This is perfect as it means that gamers won’t really need to go out and buy more hardware like set-top boxes or even buy a smart TV if they want to enjoy some of the more modern entertainment options.
Microsoft had recently confirmed that its new consoles, the Xbox Series X and Series S will support storage expansion. This makes it ideal for gamers who play a lot of games and who tend to keep their games around, instead of deleting them when they’re done. However, there is some bad news on that front.
One of the advantages of purchasing digital games over physical games is that you get to download the game and have it ready to go once it is live. Typically, physical game pre-orders arrive on the day of launch itself, but there can sometimes be unforeseen circumstances that could cause a delay.
If you’re looking forward to Micorosft’s next-gen consoles, the Xbox Series X and the Series S, then you might be pleased to learn that you’ll be able to pre-order yourself a unit starting next week on the 22nd of September. Both consoles are expected to be released on the 10th of November 2020.
Microsoft recently unveiled its Xbox Series S console. Priced at $299, it is one of Microsoft’s cheapest consoles to date, especially for a next-gen console, and if you were worried about performance, it seems that you might not need to worry too much. This is because according to The Verge’s Tom Warren, it will be faster than the PS5.
Microsoft recently confirmed the pricing of the Xbox Series S and Series X at $299 and $499 respectively. For the most part, the Series S is relatively affordable, but the Series X is a bit more pricey, especially in these trying times. So what does this mean for gamers who wish to own the more expensive version of the console?
The other day, Microsoft confirmed the Xbox Series S console. The console will be priced at $299 and one of the ways Microsoft managed to get the price down is by reducing the storage capacity of the console. Instead of coming with 1TB of storage, it will come with 512GB of storage, which might not be enough for some.
In addition to launching the Xbox Series X, Microsoft will also be launching the Xbox Series S. This will be a cheaper version of the Series X, although at this point in time, we’re not sure what the differences between the consoles are, but if you’re on a budget, then you might be pleased to learn that the Series S will only cost you $299.