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Unboxings of Xbox Series X and S has arrived

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. The next 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. For a while now, Microsoft has been sending out review units to some journalists for review. Next thing you know, more and more YouTube influencers has been sent one over the last week now. Let’s take a look at how it looks when you purchase the console, and open it up…

Tmartn, a YouTuber with several channels – two of which are dedicated to gaming, uploaded an Xbox Series X unboxing on his second channel known as “Tmartn2” to unveil how Xbox Series X would look when you open it up…

On October 28, 2020 – Easy Allies also received Xbox Series X. Easy Allies is a group of former GameTrailer guys, that continued their work on YouTube. They have connections with Microsoft’s Xbox arm, so they’re able to do an unboxing of the console…

Also on October 28, 2020 – iJustine, a YouTuber with 6.7 Million subscribers, uploaded her own unboxing, and it’s coincided with an Xbox Series S unboxing. This lady is a tech reviewer, and unboxer, so it makes sense that she’d do this.

4 days ago, she did a video where she unboxed a Xbox Series X refrigerator… (It’s a meme at this point, but Microsoft got cheeky, and played into the meme…)

Xbox Series X will cost $499, and Xbox Series S will cost $399. Both Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S will release November 10, 2020.