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Is the Xbox about to make a huge mistake with the Series X, will the mainstream realise what it is and why they should want it? Or are people going to be confused just like they were with the Nintendo Wii U?
Xbox Series X is the next-generation Xbox, releasing in late 2020. Previously known by its codename Xbox Project Scarlett, the Xbox Series X was officially (and surprisingly) revealed at The Game Awards 2019 with a trailer that showed off the next Xbox’s in all its glory.
We already knew when the next Xbox would release, and a few of the specs on offer, but remained in the dark about its design or what it was actually called. Thanks to the announcement, we now know the Xbox Series X will be a bit of a departure both design-wise and name-wise from its predecessors, sporting a blockier style that’s similar to that of a small gaming PC – with an upright tower design and large.
But Xbox Series X will not be the only next-generation hardware on offer from Microsoft. The company has confirmed that the family of consoles will be called ‘Xbox’ and that ‘Series X’ is just one of the consoles within that family.
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