Not long after announcing the two new Xbox consoles, we have a pre-order and release date. The Xbox Series X retailing for around $499 and Xbox Series S for $299 will be available to players on November 10, with a pre-order date of September 22.
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Xbox Series X: $499 (ERP)
Xbox Series S: $299 (ERP)
Release date: November 10
Pre-order starts September 22: https://t.co/Dz5bRsAuwQ | #PowerYourDreams pic.twitter.com/MadZl4OOKJ
— Xbox (@Xbox) September 9, 2020
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While both consoles have sleek designs, there are noticeable differences. Series X is the most powerful they have made, while Series S is the smallest. Also, on the Series S, there are no discs. It is an all-digital system. You can check out our coverage on the Series S release here.
Another announcement tied with the consoles is that they are expanding the Xbox All Access program to 12 countries. Xbox All Access would allow fans to choose the console, 24 months of full Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, etc. The cost of this begins around $24.99 a month.
Knowing the release dates for Xbox, you cannot help but wonder if PlayStation will soon release theirs for the upcoming PlayStation 5, which is set to come out this holiday season. You can pre-order the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S beginning September 22 here. Which console are you thinking about getting? Let us know in the comments below.