Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S preorders are officially live. The next generation of Xbox hardware marches closer and closer to release. The consoles launch in November, but there's quite a bit of enthusiasm about them already. We want to know if you've already preordered one and if you have, which one you decided to get.
The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series X have a lot in common, but there are significant differences that dictate which one is best for you. If you're still deciding which one to get, make sure to check out our complete comparisson.
Both next-generation consoles look to deliver impressive gameplay. With Microsoft buying major studios and companies left and right, and rolling games out to Xbox Game Pass, there should be plenty of games to play.
If you're having a hard time finding an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S available for preorder, make sure to check out our complete preorder guide, which we keep up to date with retailers that have the consoles available.
The full next-generation experience.
Xbox Series X is Microsoft's new flagship, as its most powerful console with over 12TF GPU performance and a custom SSD. It boasts up to 4K resolution and 120 FPS, full backward compatibility across four generations, and ray-tracing support.
Next-gen in HD
Experience next-gen gaming for less.
Microsoft serves the next-generation for less with its budget-friendly Xbox Series S. The console packs the same high-performance CPU and SSD technology as Xbox Series X, while scaling back the GPU and removing the disc drive.
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