Following some leaks late last night, Microsoft has officially unveiled the Xbox Series S.
The design of the Xbox Series S takes inspiration from the Xbox One S and the upcoming Xbox Series S with the more boxy design aesthetic.
Here are the specs and features of the Xbox Series S:
- The console will be all-digital
- 1440p resolution at up to 120fps
- DirectX Raytracing
- Variable Rate Shading
- Variable Refresh Rate
- Ultra-Low Latency
- Custom 512GB SSD
- 4K Streaming Media Playback
- 4K Upscaling for Games
The Xbox Series S will also support Seagate’s custom expansion cards that were announced for the Xbox Series X.
Microsoft has announced the Xbox Series S will cost $379 CAD ($299 USD) and the Xbox Series X will cost $599 CAD ($499 USD), both consoles are set to launch on November 10th. Pre-orders for both consoles start on September 22nd.
Update – September 9th, 2020: Microsoft has officially confirmed that both the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X will be launching on November 10th. The Series X will cost $599 CAD. This article has been updated to reflect the Canadian pricing and release date.