Microsoft has launched the Xbox Series S, a budget-friendly console, along with the Xbox Series X this November. This device reduces graphics performance in pursuit of a lower price tag, the XBOX Series S features some of the flagship features of the Xbox Series X, but scales back to sub-4K resolution. It summed up to be Microsoft’s smallest Xbox to date, slated to launch for just $299 USD.
Xbox Series S
🎮 All-digital next-gen console
🏃 Faster load times
📈 Higher frame rates
🌎 Richer, more dynamic worlds
🔥 Next generation gaming performance
🔎 In our smallest Xbox ever#PowerYourDreams pic.twitter.com/5GxCBiSVtO
— Xbox (@Xbox) September 8, 2020
The Xbox Series S offers promising hardware for its price, making it a profitable entry point into the next generation. With Xbox One hardware being phased out over time, these improvements bring visual improvements, reduced loading times, ray tracing support, and other advantages over the Xbox Series X at a lower price.
Keeping in line with some of the previous rumors, the Xbox Series S is still being pushed as a next-gen console to play the next generation of games. Here are the specifications: