At the same time as the deferral of Halo Infinite, Microsoft confirmed the availability in November to its Xbox Series X.
It is a fact, fans of video games have an appointment with the ” next gen “ at the end of the year 2020. On the side of Sony, it has still a bit of a mystery as regards the date of availability and the price of the PS5, but on the side of Microsoft, they just formalize the output window of the Xbox Series X !
The Xbox Series X available in November !
While the giant from Redmond has shocked more than one player in formalizing the postponement to 2021 Halo Infinite, the latter is obliged to confirm in the light that the Xbox Series X loupera not the end of the year holidays, and will be actually available during the month of November. At the present time, Microsoft has not seen fit to set a release date accurate, but it is now certain that we will be able to find the console at the foot of the christmas tree.
On the side of Microsoft, even if the deferral of Halo Infinite is losing an ambassador of choice in the Xbox Series X (although the game has not convinced many people during his recent presentation…), one wants to be reassuring, explaining that it will be possible to play ” thousands of games on the Xbox Series X “, and that, upon its launch.
In effect, the new baby from Microsoft will be compatible with the Xbox games, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, not to mention the games optimized for Xbox Series X, such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Dirt 5, Gears Tactics, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Gears 5, Forza Horizon 4, Destiny 2…
Now only remains to know what will be the line-up ” next gen “ of the Xbox Series X, which is defined from the start as an extension of the ecosystem Xbox. It is already known that the console will have an interface similar to the Xbox One, the controller will also be substantially identical to that of the current console, and it will (initially at least) to play games also available on Xbox One, a version ” optimized “… a story to follow so.
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