Set to launch on November 10, the Xbox Series S is reportedly going to be priced at $299 versus the $499 of the Series X. This will be a digital-only console without a disc drive and quite a bit smaller than its more powerful counterpart. It is aimed at those who want a next-generation system, but don’t care for or need 4K graphics. Read more for a video and additional information.
The Xbox Series S gets the $25 monthly financing All Access Pass with Xbox Live and Game Pass, while the Series X version will set you back $35 per month for the same installment plan. As for performance, the Series S is alleged to have 4 teraflops of GPU performance, putting it on par with the Xbox One X. However, the Series S has an upgraded CPU and SSD, so it should outperform the One X in all aspects.
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