Microsoft has announced the Xbox Series X ($499) and Xbox Series S ($299) will both release on November 10, with pre-orders starting on September 22.
The Xbox Series S caters more to digital gamers, since it doesn’t include a disc drive. While the console will run all of the upcoming games fine, it will run them at a lower 1440p resolution, with frame rates up to 120 FPS.
The more expensive Xbox Series X has a faster processor, beefier graphics card, more memory, larger internal storage NVME SSD, 4K UHD Blu-Ray drive and targets 4K resolution up to 120 FPS.
Are you in or are you waiting on the PlayStation 5 price reveal, before making your decision?