The first ‘in the flesh’ pictures we’ve seen of Microsoft’s next system.
It’s hard to believe, but we’re just a few months away from a new generation of consoles. Both Sony and Microsoft will launch their systems this holiday season, with the Xbox Series X now explicitly confirmed to be coming out in November. It’s an exciting time (and a frustrating time considering this is when fanboy console wars are at their most annoying), and now we actually get a look at the Xbox Series X in the flesh, so to speak.
The system was shown off at the Xperion e-arena in Saturn, Germany over the weekend, and some attendees got to snap some photos. It looks about like what you would expect, but one thing we haven’t seen yet is the Xbox logo on the side, which blends in well. There’s also the green accent at the top which gives off a nice subtle hint of color.
It’s not clear if this will be the final retail design or if this particular model was just for show, but most likely the system will look a lot like this when that November release comes. So, get whatever space you need to ready, now you know about how much the Xbox Series X will take.
Series X was exhibited at the Xperion e-arena in Saturn (Germany). It looks great. pic.twitter.com/HjODjbyqH1
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