The Xbox Series S was revealed live and in plastic in July, but it’s so small that no one has noticed.
As revealed by the Xbox Twitter account, Phil Spencer took part in an interview on July 1st, and in the background is a shelf with some random objects and a non-descript white box that you never thought you’d pay attention to. . Apparently, that was actually a real Xbox Series S, then codenamed Project Lockhart. The cheek.
Fun fact: Xbox Series S is so small @ XboxP3 he had it back in his library on July 1st and nobody noticed. 😏 Did you notice @SethSchiesel? pic.twitter.com/6Z83TLCW1F11 September 2020
After being told for many months, the little brother of the Xbox Series X was officially announced this week. It’s a lightweight, all-digital alternative to Xbox Series X for budget-conscious shoppers looking for a next-gen console. Xbox Series S launches on November 10, priced at $ 299 / £ 249. And it’s small – an attribute Microsoft seems to want to emphasize in the face of so many conversations about whether next-generation consoles are really big.
If the recent rumors are to be believed, there may actually be a third next-gen Xbox console waiting to be revealed (or maybe it already has and we’re lost). Xbox Series V is rumored to be another fully digital console like the S Series, but right between the S Series and X Series in terms of hardware power. There’s even what appears to be a leaked image of the console, and it basically looks like the Xbox Series X after a few weeks on the keto diet.
Here is a practical guide on Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S this may help you decide which next generation console is right for you.