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As Microsoft took to the stage to host the Xbox Games Showcase, we edged even closer to the release of one of the world’s most advanced gaming machines. Conveniently set for a Winter 2020 release alongside the new PlayStation 5, the device will revolutionize console gaming and take players on immersive, awe-inspiring journeys through time and space.


Previously codenamed Xbox Project Scarlett, the Xbox Series X was announced during the Game Awards in 2019, and according to Microsoft, was designed to transport players into the “future of gaming”. Built around impressive new hardware from AMD, including Navi graphics architecture and a Zen 2 CPU, the Series X console will minimize or even eliminate load times on blockbuster gaming titles, helping you get into the action as soon as possible.

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