Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X earlier this year and immediately the hype went into overdrive.
- How much will the Xbox Series X cost?
- How much will the Xbox Series S cost?
- Where Can I pre-order the Xbox Series X?
- Where Can I pre-order the Xbox Series S?
- Can I pre-order Xbox Series X Accessories?
- What Games can we expect on Xbox Series X?
All valid questions and we plan to bring you the answers, as best as we can.
How much will the Xbox Series X cost?
Xbox One launches for £450.
As you may know, Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X back in December, although has been drip-feeding information ever since to let us know that this is, without doubt, the world’s most powerful console.
You can pre-order the Xbox Series X now.
The Xbox Series S, Microsoft’s less powerful next-generation console, costs £249.99.
Where Can I pre-order the Xbox Series X?
There are many places you can order the Xbox Series X, such as Amazon, Currys and ShopTo.
The console releases on November 10, 2020.
You can also pre-order the Xbox Series S at the same retailers.
Can I pre-order Xbox Series X Accessories?
The short answer is yes, although unlike PS5, there seems to be a lot less to pre-order.
The controller is essentially the same as Xbox One, with a few minor changes, although you will be able to pre-order a Seagate 1tb expansion drive, although this again may cost a fair amount of cash.
These accessories will also work with the Xbox Series S, Microsoft’s smaller and less powerful console.
What Games can we expect on Xbox Series X?
There are lots of game announced specifically for Xbox Series X.
Games include Halo Infinite, Fable, Forza, Avowed, Everwild and many more.
Then there is the fact Xbox Series X is backwards compatible with Xbox One. So you can expect to play enhanced versions of all of your games.
One more big selling point as far as Microsoft is concerned is that all games will be available on Xbox Game Pass from Day One, although remember, you can also access these on Xbox One too.
Just think how good these games will look on this new, powerful console.
All of the games mentioned will also work with Xbox Series S, although don’t expect them to look quite as good. This console is more ideal if you have a 1080p TV.
So that’s what we know for now.
Get ready to pre-order Xbox Series X. You won’t want to miss out.
You can also pre-order the Xbox Series S from Amazon.