Xbox Series X




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  • Series X has the best visual and gameplay experience.
  • With the Xbox Velocity architecture, driven by a proprietary SSD and integrated software, you can experience next-generation speed and performance.
  • Play tens of thousands of Xbox games from four generations, including titles that were launched with optimization.
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  • No matter the Console you’re using, Xbox Smart delivery makes sure you enjoy the optimal version of your game.

Product Description

Microsoft created two home video game consoles: the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S (referred to as the Xbox Series X/S[b] jointly). On November 10, 2020, they both became available as the Xbox console family’s fourth generation, succeeding the Xbox One.

The Xbox Series X and Series S are a part of Sony’s PlayStation 5, which will also be available in November 2020, and the ninth generation of video game consoles.

The Xbox Series X, codenamed “Anaconda,” was teased by Microsoft during E3 2019 under the codename “Project Scarlett,” and was officially unveiled during The Game Awards in December.

The console line as a whole, codenamed “Scarlett,” is said to include high-end and lower-end models with the names “Lockhart” and “Anaconda,” respectively. The Xbox Series S entry-level model was introduced by Microsoft on September 8, 2020.

The gaming consoles make use of an AMD CPU and GPU, just like the Xbox One line. Both models come with updated controllers, a new storage architecture built around solid-state drives to speed up loading times, support for hardware-accelerated ray-tracing and spatial audio, and the ability to automatically change games to high-dynamic-range (HDR) color using machine learning (“Auto HDR”), support for HDMI 2.1 variable refresh rate and low-latency modes, and support for ray-tracing and spatial audio. Games on the Xbox Series X are typically rendered at 60 frames per second at 2160p (4K resolution) (FPS).

The Xbox Series S was created to render games ostensibly in 1440p at 60 frames per second with the capability for 4K upscaling. It has fewer specifications and no optical drive.

With the ability for games to automatically benefit from the performance and visual improvements made possible by the newer hardware, Xbox Series X and Series S are backward-compatible with nearly all Xbox One-compatible games and accessories (including Xbox 360 and original Xbox games that were made backward-compatible with Xbox One).

At launch, Microsoft promoted a “soft” generational shift similar to that in PC gaming by providing the “Smart Delivery” infrastructure to enable publishers to easily and automatically deliver upgraded versions of Xbox One titles with Xbox Series X and S enhancements. Publishers are free to publish Xbox Series X/S-exclusive games and are not compelled to use Smart Delivery.

Microsoft’s emphasis on cross-generation releases and the technical specifications of the Xbox Series X over earlier Xbox One models won plaudits from critics, although some felt that the titles available at launch did not fully use the hardware capabilities of the systems.

The Xbox Series X and S were the fastest-selling Xbox models to date, according to a statement made by Microsoft on July 27, 2021. By the end of 2021, it was anticipated that Microsoft had shipped at least 12 million of the two consoles globally.



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