We did it, everyone: we finally have price, preorder, and release information for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

If you just came here for the console wars, you can read about where to sign up for PS5 preorder notifications on our dedicated PlayStation page for the subject.

Everything You Need to Know About Xbox Series X at a Glance

  • Xbox Series X and Series S Release Date: November 10, 2020
  • Xbox Series X Price: $499
  • Xbox Series S Price: $299
  • Xbox Series X and Series X Preorder Date: September 22, 2020

Xbox Series X Preorder Placeholder Pages

Here are the sites with live placeholder pages for Xbox Series X. NOTE: you can’t preorder Xbox Series X until September 22, but these are the retailer pages where orders will be live:

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Xbox Series X Preorder Information Pages

We’ve known for a while. now the Xbox Series X is coming November 2020, but the exact preorder date, price, and release date were closely held secrets for what seemed an eternity. We now know Xbox Series X preorders go live September 22, with a $499 price tag and a November 10 release date.

As for us, this is IGN’s dedicated Xbox Series X preorder page. Bookmark it now, because we’ll have link and information for all the retailers as soon as preorders go live. We’ll continuously monitor which stores have preorder stock, what (if any) bonuses they offer, and any other relevant information to ensure anyone who wants an Xbox Series X can get one at launch.

For more immediate info about Xbox One X and Xbox Series S preorders when they eventually go live, be sure to follow IGN Deals on Twitter.

Here are the sites with info pages:

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Xbox Series S Preorder Information Pages

There aren’t any official information pages, but the Xbox Series S preorders also go live on September 22, with a $299 price tag and a November 10 release date.

Xbox Series X Specs

Microsoft released the official Xbox Series X technical specs on February 24, promising 12 teraflops of graphical processing power and backwards compatibility all the way back to the original Xbox console.

Here’s a quick rundown of the Xbox Series X technical specifications:

  • Custom-designed AMD Zen 2 and RDNA 2 processor
  • A “patented form” of variable rate shading (VRS)
  • DirectX raytracing (hardware accelerated)
  • SSD storage
  • HDMI 2.1
  • 120fps support

The console’s Velocity Architecture, Microsoft Says, should mean we’ll see smaller game file sizes, less and faster loading, along with other immediate benefits. Microsoft also showed off the Xbox Series X UI, saying its new interface reduces load times to the home screen on start-up and when returning to it from a game.

Xbox Series X Release Date

The Xbox Series X release date is officially November 10, 2020. It took a long time to get here, but we finally made it.

Are Next Gen Games Going to Be $70?

Pricing on next-gen games is a little complicated. Many Xbox Series X-compatible games launching this fall, including Ubisoft’s fall lineup, will cost $60. Others, like NBA 2K21, will cost $70. But… probably not? Take-Two went back on its initial price point declaration for Xbox Series X and PS5 games, so only time will tell.

But if you check retailer pages for Xbox Series X games, you see $70 all over the place. Ultimately consumer demand will dictate prices, but for now, the $60 game looks like it’s sticking around, but won’t be much longer.

Xbox Series X Games

Thanks to Microsoft’s years-long push for backwards compatibility, Xbox Series X will launch with “thousands of games.” Some of the big launch-window titles that have been announced include Halo Infinite, Cyberpunk 2077, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Check out our Xbox Series X game list wiki for an up-to-date list of all the confirmed and rumored Series X titles.

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