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Microsoft unveiled some impressive games for the Xbox Series X at the Xbox Games Showcase. You can read which games impressed us the most here. Now Microsoft has finally announced the first information about the release date of the console.
Xbox Series X will be released in November 2020
The exact release date of the Xbox Series X is not yet known, but Microsoft has in an article on Xbox Wire now limited to November 2020. In doing so, they are confirming the assumptions that the new generation of consoles will be in stores for the 2020 Christmas trade. The new Micrsoft console is already listed on various online platforms such as Amazon*, suggesting that you will be able to pre-order the console very soon.
The Playstation 5 is also expected to be released at the end of 2020, and the PS5 is already listed on various platforms. We recommend that you visit the online retailers regularly so as not to miss any information about the new consoles.
Get the Xbox Game Pass now to play all the games
To be perfectly equipped for the Xbox Series X but also for the current Xbox One, we recommend the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate*. Here, you can play all previously presented titles for the Xbox Series X for free for just 12.99 euros per month, and also have access to a huge game library for Xbox One and PC.
You can find out more about the current and the new console gneration here:
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