Xbox Series S: Microsoft formalizes the little sister of the Xbox Series X
In addition to the Xbox Series X, the US publisher Microsoft will want to compete with the PS5 and the PS5 Digital Edition from Sony with the Xbox Series S, a “low cost” console that will offer a next-gen experience with some compromises.
Unable to count on Halo Infinite from studio 343 Industries for the launch of the new range of Xbox machines, the Redmond firm intends to highlight the Xbox All Access subscription formula ($ 35 per month for an Xbox Series X or $ 25 per month for an Xbox Series S), as well as Xbox Game Pass (a strong announcement is expected: Xbox Live Gold completely free or merger with EA Play from Electronic Arts)
Xbox Series S, the smallest Xbox ever
100% digital next-gen console: no 4K UHD Blu-ray player
Faster loads: Xbox Velocity Architecture and NVME Custom 512GB SSD
An improved famerate: Variable Rate Shading (VRS), Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and ultra-low latency
Richer and more immersive worlds: 4K upscaling on select games and 4K video streaming on VOD services
Next-gen gaming performance: DirectX Ray Tracing, 1440p, 120fps
The most compact Xbox console: 60% smaller than Xbox Series X (15.1 x 15.1 x 30 cm)
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