Power Your Dreams
Ok, we admit, it’s a slightly corny catchphrase, but at least it’s an improvement on their Xbox One marketing.
Indeed, the way Microsoft has handled marketing for the upcoming Series X shows they have learned from their mistakes. For gamers eager for more news about the next-generation, Microsoft has not disappointed. Even though we are still months away from the expected and slightly ambiguous launch window of ‘Holiday 2020’, we have already seen so much of the console, right down to detailed teardowns and actual gameplay footage.
All that remains now is the price and the all-important games.
Confirmed Xbox Series X Games
There’s already a large list of confirmed titles, with even more recently revealed at Microsoft’s July Xbox 20/20 livestream, detailing Xbox Game Studio’s upcoming first-party titles.
With titles like Halo: Infinite, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, Forza 8 (rumoured) and many more, there’s sure to be something for everyone on Xbox Series X. And, with every Xbox Game Studios release coming to Game Pass on day one, Game Pass is looking like an essential purchase for anyone picking up the new console this holiday period.
Xbox Series X: Design And Controller
You’ve no doubt seen everything that’s been released so far about the Series X. Size comparisons, new features and more can be found in our comprehensive guide to the Xbox Series X: Design and Controller.
Xbox Series X: Specs And Performance
The Xbox Series X is packed with hardware designed to elevate gaming to the next level. Some of it is, admittedly, hard to get your head around. To help you understand all these new features, and how they will affect the games you play, we’ve put together a guide to walk you through it all.