Those passionate gamers who can’t afford to buy the Xbox Series X console can easily opt for the Xbox Series S that’s priced at $200 less. There are also differences in the specifications of the two gaming machines. For instance, while the flagship console has 16GB of GDDR6 RAM, the smaller one is packed with only 10GB.
Xbox Series S will also be the smallest Xbox console ever made, and it launches on November 10th.
Don’t miss the Quick Resume feature
The Quick Resume feature allows players to instantly and seamlessly switch between multiple titles from a suspended state. This will allow them to return to the point they were without even the need to endure too long loading screens. Feel free to enjoy a glimpse of it below:
Both Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X will release on the same date: November 10th, 2020. The improvements compared to the old Xbox One are pretty interesting.
We can expect Xbox Series S to run all games available for its bigger version: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Cyberpunk 2077, Halo Infinite, NBA 2K21, Marvel’s Avengers, Fortnite, Far Cry 6, and more. GTA V, the most popular 3D game of all time, will become available for the next-generation Xbox consoles as an enhanced version, with the purpose of taking full advantage of the advanced hardware of the two high-end gaming machines. FIFA 21, the sequel for the world’s most popular football simulation series, will also be available for both Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
Probably the main highlight for the upcoming Xbox flagship is the purge of the annoying in-game loading times. This is expected to greatly improve at least the part of the open-world games where the player has to enter multiple buildings. Xbox Series S is priced at $299.99, while Xbox Series X will cost $499.