Xbox Series S Can Support 1440p at 120 FPS, Features Detailed
While Microsoft has officially confirmed the price of Xbox Series S, they still haven’t shared any details, but that has changed with the leaked trailer.
Xbox Series S has been rumored to launch on November 10th. It will be a simultaneous launch alongside Xbox Series X. Both of these consoles are reportedly going to close $299 and $499 respectively. While the price point of the Xbox Series S is confirmed to be $299 in the USA and £249 in Europe, other features including hardware specs were yet to be announced.
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Now a credible source who has previously shared details on unannounced projects at Microsoft has shared the full trailer. You can view it below.
Microsoft is marketing it as the smallest Xbox console ever, and it is shown as 60% smaller than the Xbox Series X. This leads to a traditional console form factor that is lacking in the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Here are some of the features that were outlined in the video.
- 60% smaller than Xbox Series X
- Custom NVME SSD (512 GB)
- All-Digital with no disc drive
- 1440p up to 120 FPS
- Ray-Tracing support
- 4K Media Playback
- 4K Game Upscaling
- Variable-Rate Shading
- Variable Refresh Rate
- Ultra-Low Latency
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While this video hasn’t made it out officially, it is as good as confirmed knowing the source was the one who leaked details on the Series S first before Microsoft officially confirmed it later.