Since the reveal of Xbox Series X at last year’s Game Awards show, Microsoft has slowly revealed more and more information about its next-gen Xbox console. We’ve seen what the Xbox Series X and its controller look like and learned details about the console’s specs, as well as how the Xbox Series X will handle backward-compatibility. The Xbox Series X launches later this year, and while it’s not available to pre-order yet, you can sign-up for notifications from a number of different retailers. Here’s what we know about Xbox Series X’s release date, price, and more.When will Xbox Series X be available to pre-order?While we don’t have an exact pre-order date for Xbox Series X, several retailers–including Best Buy, Target, and GameStop–are now letting people sign up to be notified when the Xbox Series X becomes available for pre-order. (You can also sign up for PS5 pre-order notifications.) We would have expected pre-orders to go live around E3 2020 in June; however, the event has since been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That said, Microsoft has confirmed it’s having its own Xbox digital event in place of an E3 conference, so it’s more than likely Xbox Series X pre-orders… Read full this story
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