What you need to know
- Microsoft recently revealed the Xbox Series X.
- The console hopes to be the "fastest" and "most powerful" one out there.
- The company released a number of wallpapers to celebrate the reveal.
- You can download dozens of them here.
Ever since Microsoft revealed the Xbox Series X, it has been touting the device as the "fastest" and "most powerful" console it has ever made. Well, if you want to get in on the action in the form of wallpapers, you can do so right now.
Today, the company revealed dozens of wallpapers you can use on your Xbox One or PC. They include images from Borderlands 3, Gears 5, and other games. There's also an Xbox Series X wallpaper thrown in there. Just go here to see them all. You'll have to click on the "Load more" button at the bottom to see some older ones.
Best of the best
It'll last you a couple of months
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