This holiday season, Microsoft finally announced its next-generation videogame console with the XBox series X. Sporting a tower design that is reminiscent of gaming desktops, the XBox Series X is claimed to deliver up to four times the processing power of the XBox One X while being quiet and efficient at the same time.
The XBox Series X will be powered by a custom CPU and GPU based on AMD’s Zen 2 and Radeon RDNA architecture and will utilize NVMe SSDs for faster boot times. The XBox Series X’s internals can handle games at up to 8K resolution and up to 120FPS. The XBox wireless controller gets a redesign and comes with a dedicated share button for taking screenshots and in-game clips.
One of the first XBox Series X games will be “Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II”. Check out the trailer below:
The XBox Series X will be available in Holiday 2020.