Microsoft's next-gen Xbox Series S console has been in the news for a couple of days. Not because of the hype, but because its specs have been leaked online, including the pricing.
The pricing and launch date of the Series S console has already been leaked online, which forced the company to officially confirm that it'll be on the market for $299. Now the leakers are not coming slow, and they have yet again released the entire promotional video of the upcoming console online which was supposed to be launched someday in November.
Twitter user WalkingCat has uploaded a Series S promotional video, endorsing that the console is providing 120fps gaming at around 1440p resolution while offering the storage of 512GB.
The Xbox Series S will also support ray tracing, variable refresh rate and variable rate shading. The company has also incorporated 4K media streaming, including 4K upscaling for games.
According to the leaked video, the upcoming console is the smallest Xbox ever and will be around 60% smaller than the Xbox Series X.
Here's the full video:
no point holding this back now I guess pic.twitter.com/SgOAjm3BuP— WalkingCat (@_h0x0d_) September 8, 2020
The console will not have a disc drive, which justifies that storage expansion of 512GB. However, it's still a challenge as modern games usually exceed the 100GB mark.
Now, let's see what Microsoft has to say about this leak. They probably don't have any option but to make the video official, duh! The second next-gen console Series X is expected to launch on November 10th with a price of $499.