Xbox Series X - Coming Late 2020

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Xbox Series X is coming late 2020. The sleek new Xbox console, first teased as Xbox Project Scarlett, will be faster and more powerful than ever.

During the Xbox Series X official reveal, Series X games were promised to be "more lifelike, immersive and surprising", with Halo Infinite confirmed as an Xbox Series X launch title. The new console’s advanced specs are set to give developers the power they need to bring a whole new range of creativity to gaming.

Console highlights unveiled so far include a custom-designed AMD processor, 12 teraflops of GPU, DirectX Raytracing, high bandwidth GDDR6 memory and a next generation solid state drive (SSD).

Xbox Series X will be powered by a unique CPU featuring AMD's Zen 2 architecture, delivering 4 times the processing power of an Xbox One and offering developers 12 teraflops of GPU performance. Expect higher framerates and even more sophisticated game worlds on Xbox Series X.

The high-spec SSD raises load time performance so developers can build even more detailed worlds for Xbox Series X, with 120 FPS support for deeper realism. New Quick Resume lets you dive back into multiple games almost instantly, bringing you back to the action without the long loading screens. And with Dynamic Latency Input (DLI), input and display synchronise immediately, increasing control responsiveness and precision.

With 4 generations of compatibility, thousands of games will come alive on Xbox Series X with steadier framerates, faster load times and improved resolution. Microsoft have confirmed Series X will feature a physical disc drive and compatibility with Xbox One accessories – so Xbox One users are already ready to play. A new Xbox Wireless Controller is coming soon too, with a dedicated share button and improved accessibility.