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Xbox Series X is officially releasing November, and will cost $499

Microsoft has been hyping up the Xbox Series X for almost 6 months now. Originally revealed at The Game Awards (2019) event, Xbox Series X is being touted as the most powerful console, and they have the specs to back it up with it. Microsoft revealed more specs of Xbox Series X. There was a controller leak of the Series S, which shows the same controller, but with a white matte finish, but on the box, it shows when retailers can sell it or display it: November 3rd. This morning, there was a leak of Xbox Series S, but then, Microsoft said “Okay, the leaks are out there now. Let’s just announce it.” And so, in a tweet, Microsoft announced Xbox Series S with the image of the console. Shortly thereafter, Microsoft released the trailer for Xbox Series S. This morning, Microsoft officially announced the price and release date for Xbox Series X: It will be released November 10, 2020 (same day as Series S), and will cost $499. Microsoft also released a new video to YouTube to showcase the reason why you should buy Xbox Series X, and S equally….

Moreover, Microsoft announced “Xbox All Access.” It’s a program where you go to participating retailer and lease out your Xbox Series S or Xbox Series X until you finish off the payment. Starting from $24/month for 24 months, you can purchase either Xbox Series S, or Xbox Series X for a low monthly price of $24 a month. It doesn’t just come with the console itself, but it also comes with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. No upfront costs, just pay $24/Month, and the console is yours…