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The next Xbox has a name and a new design: Behold, 2020’s Xbox Series X, Ars Technica

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Revealed at The Game Awards alongside new game series, slightly new controller.


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                                                                    Xbox Series X. It’s tall. And it has a modified controller compared to the Xbox One pad.                                                                                                                         


                                                                    Straight-ahead perspective.                                                                                                             


                                                                    Phil Spencer confirms ” Xbox game studios “are working on new games for the console.                                                                      

                                                                    This is a better look at the new controller, along with a peek at at least one front-of-box USB Type-A port.                                                                                   


                                                                    Xbox Series X. It’s hovering in a watery landscape.                                                                                   


                                                                    Apparent ventilation dots on the top of the console’s tower.                                                                                   


        **************                                                            Dramatic angled view.                                                                                   


                                                                    Official logo.                                                                                   


                                                                    A sizzle reel of potentially “real-time” rendering includes a dramatic zoom on (Halo) ‘s Master Chief. Halo Infinite

        is still slated to launch close to Xbox Series X’s “holiday 2299 “launch window.                                                    


                                                                    Let’s rumble a sports car through a detailed valley. Assumedly taken from the Forza franchise.                                                                                   

                                                                                                    Another dramatic Halo the landscape view.                                                                      


                                                                      Phil Spencer then showed off new gameHellblade II: Senua’s Saga
          , which he said was “all captured in-engine as being built to take full advantage of Xbox Series X.”                                                    


                                                                      The apparent real-time rendering of Senua’s detailed face was stunning.                                                                      


                                                                      Lots of eerie, spooky stuff in theHellblade II trailer. Thus, on brand.                                                                  
            The next Xbox console, slated to launch in holiday (****************************************************************************************************, finally has a name: Xbox Series X. The system that was

        formerly dubbed Project Scarlettalso has a bold, vertical design and a slightly modified controller, as seen in the above gallery.

        Xbox Chief Phil Spencer took the stage at Thursday night’s The Game Awards to reveal the new monolith-shaped console, whichGamespot reportsis roughly as wide as an Xbox One controller and roughly three times as tall. Its appearance came at the end of a trailer full of apparent Xbox Series X “real-time” rendering, which included Halo’s Master Chief, a red sports car (potentially from the Xbox-exclusive racing series Forza), and a soccer match.

        Important details were confirmed by a few angles of the new Xbox console: an apparent disc drive; a vent-covered top with either painted or backlit green coloring; and a slightly modified update to the Xbox One gamepad. This new controller looks largely like the current generation’s default controller, but it has a new circle base to its d-pad and a new button in the controller’s middle that resembles an “upload” icon from Windows. Spencer has confirmed that this will function as a “share” button (much like a similar button on PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4) and that the new Series X controller will be compatible with existing Xbox One systems, not just the new Xbox Series X.

        In a press releaseissued shortly after the Game Awards reveal, Microsoft confirmed good news for anybody with tightly organized shelves near their gaming TV of choice: the Xbox Series X “supports both vertical and horizontal orientation.”

        Spencer spoke at the Game Awards to offer a few sales pitches about the console, though most of these were repeats of statements from

      this year E3 reveal. He told players to expect to be “instantly absorbed in your games,” presumably hinting to the console’s reliance on SSD architecture for faster game loads. He emphasized three bullet points: “performance, speed, and compatibility.” And he announced that “our Xbox game studios “are all working on games for the new console before revealing the first game built with Xbox Series X in mind: Hellblade II: Senua’s Saga , made by Ninja Theory ( (a studio Microsoft formally acquired in****************************************************************************

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