Both the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S launch on November 10th. The Xbox Series X costs $499/£449, and the Xbox Series S costs $299/£249.99 (the second-cheapest next-gen console ever.)
The Xbox Series X is a chunky beast, and the Xbox Series S is about 60% smaller. But that doesn’t mean the Xbox Series S lacks across the board.After breaking down the specs of the Xbox Series S vs the Xbox Series X, along with a helpful chart from Microsoft, who says that “The Xbox Series S delivers the same incredible next-generation experience and features as Series X, just at a reduced rendering resolution.” The Xbox Series X has a more impressive 12.15 TFLOPS of GPU compared with the Series S and its 4 TFLOPS, but the Xbox Series S still has a lot to offer, especially at that much lower price.
which next-gen Xbox console are you getting, and when? Will you be diving straight for the Xbox Series X, or has the Xbox Series S now caught your eye? Some Xbox fans have been debating buying the Xbox Series X for themselves, and the diddly all-digital Xbox Series S for their kids: is this the tactic you’re planning? Will you be buying at launch, or biding your time?
- I’ll be getting both the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S at launch
- I’ll be getting the Xbox Series X at launch
- I’ll be getting the Xbox Series S at launch
- I won’t be getting either at launch
- I’ve got no plans to buy either
- I’m still undecided