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Xbox Series X and Series S pricing reportedly revealed, will launch November 10

Also a first look at the Series S.
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Microsoft has not revealed anything significant ever since their Halo Infinite campaign reveal but it seems that the clamor for next-gen information is at an all time high, leading to leaks left and right from questionable and reliable sources altogether.

This time around, the leaks are coming from a very reliable source in Windows Central, who are claiming a number of very big and important reveals.

Windows Central have dropped what could be the biggest bomb in terms of next-gen news, claiming from their sources that the Xbox Series X and Series S will be priced at $499 and $299 respectively, both with financing options via Xbox All Access.

What’s more is that both systems already have a release date that is set in November 10.

Earlier in the day Brad Sams revealed how the Xbox Series S is supposed to look like, which is considerably thinner than the Series X due to its lesser-spec internals. According to Windows Central, the Series S is rumored to be “around 4TF RDNA2, making it roughly around as powerful as the Xbox One X, perhaps geared towards 1080p monitors with better frame rates.”

Another video from @_h0x0d_ shows the Xbox Series S side by side with a Series X, which seems to be a snippet of a longer reveal video.

Industry analyst Daniel Ahmad confirms that the console design is indeed real, and removing the disc drive further helped in reducing the price point.

The Xbox Series S has been thoroughly leaked in the past few weeks, making it one of the worst kept secrets in the industry as of today.

Take note that Microsoft has not announced nor confirmed anything about the reports above, but is rumored to have an event this month to announce everything.

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