It looks like Microsoft has revealed all they could before the official launch of its next generation of consoles, specifically the Series X and the Series S
Microsoft May Be Continuously Working On A Third Next-Generation Xbox Console Called Series V

Microsoft has revealed all they could before the official launch of its next generation of consoles, specifically the Series X and the Series S. However, it looks as if the Redmond-based firm may have something more up its sleeve.

In keeping with a post from Twitter user @IdleSloth84, Microsoft might launch one other Xbox version called the Series V. The alleged console is codenamed Project Edinburg and is claimed to be less powerful than the Series X, however extra powerful than the Series S. As such, it will slot in the midst of the two consoles.

The picture shared by the person additionally means that the upcoming device is perhaps placed within the middle according to size as well. However, the most notable factor to notice in the picture is the truth that the device doesn't appear to have a disc drive, so it is perhaps an all-digital console, similar to the Xbox Series S.

This would additionally explain the smaller size of the Series V in comparison with the Series X. However, readers are suggested to take this hearsay "with a pinch of salt as it will be pretty simple to photoshop".

However, Microsoft appears to have tied up all its main announcements relating to the launch of the next-gen Xbox. Each of the consoles will be launched on November 10, with pre-orders beginning on September 22. The Xbox Series X is priced at Rs 49,990 in India, while the Series S will be out there at Rs 34,990.

The Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s flagship next-generation console with features such as Ray Tracing and 4K gaming at 120fps. It runs on a customized AMD Zen 3 CPU and an RDNA 2 GPU. That is paired with 16GB of GDDR6 RAM and a custom 1TB SSD.

The Series S was officially confirmed earlier this month and Microsoft touts it the smallest Xbox ever. As talked about earlier, it doesn't include a disc drive, so users will have to rely on digital downloads.

While it might be less highly improved or powerful than the Series X, it still provides 1440p gaming performance with DirectX Ray Tracing and a 512GB of SSD. Both the consoles will likely be backward compatible with Xbox One, Xbox 360, and original Xbox video games.

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