Though pre-orders have already gone live in certain regions, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S is now available to pre-order worldwide. Granted, it might have sold out by the time you’ve viewed the trailer for the Series X below. But there’s still a ways to go till launch.
The Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s flagship 4K console with 12 TFLOPs of performance and a 1 TB solid state drive. Powered by AMD’s Zen 2 CPU and RDNA2 architecture, it’s capable of up to 120 FPS performance and ray-tracing. The Xbox Series S is suitably less powerful but still packs the same CPU and GPU, a 512 GB SSD and is capable of 1440p/60 FPS gaming.
Both consoles are out on November 10th. The Xbox Series X costs $499 while the Xbox Series S is $299. Microsoft is also offering Xbox All Access, a monthly plan that provides an Xbox Series X and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for 24 months at $34.99 per month. With Microsoft acquiring ZeniMax Media, the console wars are about to heat up significantly in the coming months – stay tuned for more details in the meantime.