Xbox Series X release date accidentally revealed, then withdrawn

While Sony's shared some details about its next-gen device, it's stopped short of revealing any software for the PlayStation 5 thus far. Despite this, though, the PS5 and Xbox Series X are quite different in many ways. If you are presently utilizing straight audio outcome from an existing console to an audio speaker system, without any receiver or a contemporary TELEVISION in-between, you will certainly have to re-think and also re-work some points for the SeriesX As per the main reaction: "Xbox Series X will certainly consist of ports for Networking (Ethernet), HDMI out, Seagate Storage Expansion Card and also 3 USB 3.1 ports". This barely matters though, as both consoles utilize the power of Zen 2 CPUs, which are quite high-end and much better than what we have in our consoles today. Take people who now have their console supporting this interface to a speaker system with no receiver or a modern TV right in between you will have to re-think and re-work some things for the Series X. As per the official response: "Xbox Series X will include ports for Networking (Ethernet), HDMI out, Seagate Storage Expansion Card and three USB 3.1 ports". Less than half of what the PS5 is capable of.

In related developments, WindowsCentral also confirmed that respected headset manufacturer Astro is working with Microsoft to develop devices that are compatible with the Xbox Series X, despite its A50 range of headsets and MixAmps typically relying on an optical audio port to hook up to Xbox One consoles at present.

We pretty much knew this might be the case, but to see it confirmed in black and white is very exciting. Meaning the console will be able to play games from the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and the original Xbox as well.

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Finally, we know of some games coming to both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, but we haven't seen them in action as of yet.

With a new generation of consoles, comes many new advances in gaming and many new experiences each game can provide.

The graphics has since been universally taken down, and Xbox has posted a retraction and denial on Twitter, but if it is a slip rather than random mistake (as thought) it means the Xbox Series X will be available from Thursday 26 November 2020 or thereabouts.

  • Delia Davidson