It seems like we’ve been waiting forever, but like arrive Nov. 10 and cost $499, though it can also be bought on a monthly installment plan as part of the Xbox All Access program. But the biggest news: Preorders will start on Sept. 22.console, the is almost here. We now know that it will
There’s a lot we know about the new console. Aside from the design (shown above), we know it will have super fast boot times and be backward-compatible with existing Xbox One games (and some 360 and original Xbox titles, too). And we know thatmeans not needing to buy different versions of many games to play on your older console and Series X; in many cases, the right version will be routed to each console at no extra charge. Plenty of the are already known, too.
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While you wait to preorder the console, perhaps you’ll want to browse the Xbox Series X landing pages at the major retailers below. In addition to teasing features, many of them let you sign up for mailing lists to get additional info as it materializes.
This is Xbox Series X HQ for Amazon. You can read up on the console and add it to your Amazon wishlist so you’ll be notified when more information is available.
You can satisfy your Series X craving at Walmart’s landing page, which is chock-full of teaser videos. And sign up for additional information from Walmart about the Series X when it becomes available.
Sign up for Best Buy’s Xbox Series X mailing list, read Xbox news and watch a trailer.
GameStop has a signup so you can get info about the Series X as it becomes available. The store also has articles about the new console and a brief, easily digestible summary of all the things we already know.
Target has a bare-bones page for the Xbox Series X, with presumably more to come. There’s a sign-up link, but beware: It’s for Target offers in general, not for the Series X specifically.
If you want to get the latest on the Xbox Series X, there’s probably nowhere better than Microsoft’s own Xbox Series X home page. Here you’ll find the latest specs, announced game titles, details on the new controller and more.
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