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Microsoft Strikes: Xbox Series S and Series X to launch on November 10.

It's everything the gamer would look forward to.


After several price leaks and specs, rumours, Microsoft has finally revealed its smallest Xbox ever, “The Xbox Series S”, and has entered into the list of next-generation gaming consoles.

The price segment is pretty interesting to note with no aggressive pricing.

The entry-level beast will be launched on November 10 this year at an affordable price of 299 USD(approx. 22,000 INR ).

The line-up will have Series X scheduled to launch on the same day with a pricing of 499 USD ( approx. 37,000 INR).


For the specifications, Xbox Series S is packed with 512 gigabytes of SSD storage, supporting a 1440p resolution(which can be upscaled to 4K ),120fps refresh rate, and in this generation of VR, ray tracing technology steals the show at such a price.

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The Xbox Series X will arrive with a robust 1TB of big SSD,120fps refresh rate,and it will support up to 4K(and 8K ready) graphic resolution. The gaming giant did not stop revealing surprises after these great, out of the box features.

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Here’s a nuke Microsoft has launched from its marketing strategy.

Keeping in view the current pandemic, Microsoft has come up with an All-access financing option with zero interest rates. For Xbox Series S it is a 25$/month scheme while for Series X it stands at a 35$/month scheme, with no annual fees, zero installation costs, and no hidden charges. Access to X-cloud game streaming via game pass ultimate, with over 100 high-quality Xbox games and Xbox Live Gold Multiplayer is a match-winner.


Now, it is time, our gamer friends tell us where their interests lie.

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