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Microsoft has confirmed that Apple TV+, Disney+, and more, will be available on the Xbox Series X and Series S at launch. Here are all the details on this.

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People accidentally ordered the Xbox One X consoles on Xbox Series X launch day all thanks to Microsoft’s confused branding. Here are all the details on this.

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It is now confirmed! The Xbox Series X will cost $499 and will go on sale on November 10 along with the $299 Series S. Here are all the details.

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Microsoft has officially announced the Xbox Series X launch date time-frame. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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New Xbox Series X dedicated and optimized games have just been detailed, along with the reveal of an Optimized For Series X badge, and more.

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Microsoft Xbox Series X technology and specs have just been revealed in detail. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming console.

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Microsoft revealed several new details about the Xbox Series X yesterday, including a new “Smart Delivery” initiative that expands upon the cross-console compatibility that the company had promised.

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PS5 and Xbox Series X are just around the corner and we’ve started to learn more about the latter after Microsoft shared more details today.

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The United States and China have signed a new trade agreement that will see the prices of next-generation consoles, including the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, remain unaffected moving forward.

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A photo posted online shows the ports on the rear of the Xbox Series X, and according to a reliable source, this sighting of the console’s rear is authentic.

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A new rumor floating about “insider circles of the Xbox community” suggests that the Xbox Series X might have a “Windows mode.” This, proponents believe, may afford the upcoming console access to third-party stores such as Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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In a new interview, Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty confirmed that the publisher’s future titles will be made available on the current generation of Xbox consoles and PC as well as the Series X to make the transition to the new console a smoother one for its customers.

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