- The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S could launch on November 10.
- The Series S has also appeared in a design leak.
- The Series S might cost $299, while the Series X may come in at $499
The price and release dates for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles just leaked. The cheaper of the two upcoming consoles — the Xbox Series S — was also revealed in a separate design leak.
The first leak came from the folks over at Thurrott that posted an image allegedly showing the new Xbox Series S console. We first heard about the supposedly cheaper gaming machine in August, and the latest leak confirms its price at $299. The leaked image shows a white, rectangular console that resembles the Xbox One S. It doesn’t appear to have a disc drive, but the publication could not confirm the same.
A leaker called WalkingCat also posted a video of the alleged Xbox Series S on Twitter, showing how small the console is in comparison to the Xbox Series X. You can see that video below.
Citing sources, Windows Central reports that both the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X will launch on November 10. This date was earlier tipped to be November 6. The publication goes on to confirm the $299 price of the Series S console and adds that the Series X will be priced at $499. The former will apparently have a $25/month Xbox All Access financing option, while the latter will also come with a $35/month financing deal. These financing options are expected to roll out more widely with the new generation of consoles, reaching more markets than before.
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