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Two different variants of Microsoft’s next-generation home console

Unlike any prior generation, Microsoft is giving players the choice between two Xbox consoles at launch in both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Luckily, any confusion has been cleverly avoided as the disparity between the two is extremely similar to the Xbox One X and Xbox One S. This is to say that Xbox Series X is squarely aimed at players looking for the highest frame rates and graphical resolutions from their Triple-A games, while the Xbox Series S is a digital-only SKU that is a lot cheaper to buy and intended for more casual players.

Both consoles in the Xbox Series X|S family pull from the exact same library of next-gen games, ensuring that everyone can enjoy blockbuster experiences such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Immortals Fenyx Rising without worry. Xbox Series X owners will be able to compare game prices across a range of UK retailers, benefitting from regular sales and discounts. Xbox Series S owners, meanwhile, will get their console for cheaper but will be locked into the Microsoft Store eco-system for all their game purchases. Microsoft is letting you play your way.

Xbox One Series S Console with Robot White Controller

Affordability vs Performance

By offering two different console options rather than one, players that want to enjoy next-gen experiences can now do so on their own terms. The Xbox Series S might be digital only but it’s close to £100 cheaper than its big brother alternative. Those who care about power-pushing visuals and exceptional frame rates can rely on the Xbox Series X, though both console variants deliver improved loading times and performance.

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A growing library of next-gen games

Unlike the Xbox One era, Microsoft has snapped up enough first-party studios to guarantee Xbox Series X|S purchasers a growing library of exclusive titles. New franchises like The Medium and Scorn join already great games like Halo, Gears of War and State of Decay to make the Xbox platform one of the best places to play. Plus, third-party games will look and play better than ever before.

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Lots to play via backwards compatibility

The Xbox brand has become synonymous with exceptional backwards compatibility in recent years, being the best way to play games from prior console generations as well as the current one. This trend continues with Xbox Series X|S, where thousands of titles from the original Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One will be readily playable. You’re never at a loss for games to jump into.

Xbox Series X and S Carbon Black Controller

Get a grip with the new Xbox Series S|X controller

The new Xbox Wireless controller combines ergonomic design with reliable performance, advancing the established shape for the new Xbox Series S|X line of consoles. Textured grip on the back ensures that you always have a handle while playing, and anyone can share their favourite Xbox moments thanks to the newly integrated Share button. It’s available in three attractive colours at launch.

Xbox Series S Console

Xbox Series S specs

Release Date November 10th, 2020
Price £249.99
Graphics (GPU) 12 TFLOPS, 52 CUs @ 1.825 GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU
Memory (RAM) 16 GB GDDR6
Internal Storage 512GB Custom NVMe SSD
Ray Tracing Yes
Backwards Compatible Yes
Maximum Resolution 1440p
Maximum Framerate 60 FPS
Xbox Series X Console

Xbox Series X specs

Release Date November 10th, 2020
Price £449.99
Graphics (GPU) 12 TFLOPS, 52 CUs @ 1.825 GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU
Memory (RAM) 16 GB GDDR6
Internal Storage 1 TB Custom NVME SSD
Ray Tracing Yes
Backwards Compatible Yes
Maximum Resolution 8K (7680 pixels wide x 4320 pixels high)
Maximum Framerate 120 FPS

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