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Microsoft confirms Xbox Series S will arrive on November 10th in new official trailer

The Verge Tuesday, 8 September 2020
Microsoft confirms Xbox Series S will arrive on November 10th in new official trailerMicrosoft made its Xbox Series S console official today after a round of leaks appeared overnight. Now, the company is confirming the new $299 console will arrive on November 10th. That’s the same date that the Xbox Series X is rumored to launch. The trailer also leaked earlier today, confirming support for up to 120fps at 1440p, ray tracing, and a 512GB SSD.

Microsoft hasn’t confirmed full specs for the Xbox Series S just yet, but the cheaper (and smaller) console is designed to target 1440p gaming at around 4 teraflops of performance. We understand the Xbox Series S will shame the same CPU as the Xbox Series X, making this a surprisingly cheap entry point into next-gen gaming later this year.

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