Xbox Series S’ specs have seemingly leaked through a trailer, saying that the console will feature a 512GB SSD, run games at 1440p up to 120 frames per second, and will support raytracing.
After a series of leaks and a confirmation that the console will arrive at a $299 / £249.99 price point, a trailer posted on Twitter seems to go into some finer details:
no point holding this back now I guess pic.twitter.com/SgOAjm3BuP
— WalkingCat (@_h0x0d_) September 8, 2020
A list of Xbox Series S details includes:
- 1440p at up to 120FPS
- DirectX Raytracing
- Variable Rate Shading
- Variable Refresh Rate
- Ultra-Low Latency
- Custom 512GB SSD
- 4K Streaming Media Playback
- 4K Upscaling for Games
The trailer also shows how the console is 60% smaller than Xbox Series X, and explains that its SSD uses the same Velocity Architecture as Xbox Series X’s equivalent – which should mean short load times and seamless game switching.
Despite all of the new information today, we still don’t know how to pre-order an Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, but Xbox says we’ll hear more “soon” – so we’ll hopefully learn about that in the not-too-distant future.
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Source: IGN Video Games All