Xbox Is Working On A Digital-Only Series X

Xbox Is Working On A Digital-Only Series X

Date: September 19, 2023

By Hanna Rose

Xbox is planning to launch a redesigned digital-only Series X next year.

In a recent development, leaked FTC court documents have unveiled exciting news from Xbox. The gaming giant is reportedly in the works to introduce a mid-console revision for the Series X, scheduled for release in October of the upcoming year.

This upcoming iteration of the Series X is set to be a digital-only version, boasting a substantial 2TB of storage capacity. Remarkably, it will maintain the same price point as the standard Series X, making it an enticing option for gamers. While the core hardware remains unchanged, there will be distinct differences in this new variant, including the absence of a disc drive, a noteworthy storage upgrade, and a redesigned aesthetic.

Additionally, the leaked documents also shed light on a new Xbox controller known as ‘Sebile.’ This innovative controller is said to feature gyroscopic capabilities and haptic feedback, promising an enhanced gaming experience for Xbox enthusiasts.

Gamers around the world can look forward to these exciting developments from Xbox, set to hit the market in the near future

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