Microsoft Xbox Series X Price | Microsoft Xbox Series S Price
Microsoft has officially announced that the Xbox Series X gaming console, priced at $499, will be available worldwide on November 10 – exactly as previously expected. And just yesterday, Microsoft has announced that the Xbox Series S, Microsoft’s smallest ever low-cost new console, priced at $299, will also be available on November 10. If you can’t wait for the launch, you can start pre-ordering the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S early on September 22.
Meanwhile, the Xbox All Access subscription service expands to 12 countries, and the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S all cost $24.99 per month, which includes 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership, EA Play membership (60multiple games), 100+ high-quality console games, 100+ high-quality PC games, and 100+ cloud games. That’s conscientious, as it was speculated that the Xbox Series X version of the service would cost $35 per month.
Microsoft Xbox All Access will be available in the following countries this holiday:
- Australia at Telstra
- Canada at EB Games
- Denmark at Elgiganten
- Finland at Gigantti
- France at FNAC
- New Zealand at Spark
- Norway at Elkjøp
- Poland at Media Expert
- South Korea at SK Telecom
- Sweden at Elgiganten
- UK at GAME and Smyths Toys
- The United States at Best Buy, GameStop, Target, Microsoft Store, and Walmart
Microsoft Xbox Series S And Game Pass Introduction Videos
Specs-wise, the Xbox Series X features an AMD 8-core @ 3.8 GHz processor with a 52CU @ 1.825 GHz GPU, 12 TFLOPS of floating-point performance, 16GB of GDDR6 RAM/video memory, a 1TB custom NVME SSD, and performance aiming for 4K @ 60 fps up to 120 fps The Xbox Series S specs are yet to be announced, and Microsoft says it will come with a 512GB SSD for up to 2K 120 fps performance.