Xbox Series X: July Games Event, Launch Lineup, Release Date, And More On The Next-Gen Console

Project Scarlett is officially known as the Xbox Series X--here's everything Microsoft has revealed.

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Microsoft has been drip-feeding information about its next-gen console, Xbox Series X, ever since it was first revealed at The Game Awards 2019--we've heard details about how Xbox Series X will handle backwards compatibility, for example, as well as what the console's specs will be. Looking a lot like a PC tower, the Xbox Series X is a console powerhouse able to pull off variable-rate shading and ray-tracing, a quick resume function, and a brand-new "smart delivery" feature. Its controller is similar in design to the one for Xbox One, though it's fairly different from PlayStation 5's DualSense. Most recently, we may have gotten a tease of the Xbox Series X boot screen and sound, as part of Microsoft's announcement for a first-look Xbox Series X gameplay event taking place on May 7. We also got confirmation that the console will make use of the same Unreal 5 technology possible on PS5, meaning there should be little issue for the same games to run on both.

Below, we compile everything there is to know about Xbox Series X--from its announcement as Project Scarlett to today. So if you're looking for a more comprehensive overview, including information on storage and playing your current Xbox One games, keep reading. We'll update this article as more details are shared; critical details like an exact release date, price, and whether there will be more than one model of the system in 2020 are among the many topics we're still waiting for Microsoft to nail down. When July rolls around, we'll hear more about other first-party games planned for launch on the system, including the next Halo game.

Name

Once known as Project Scarlett, the official name for Microsoft's next-gen console is Xbox Series X. Spencer explains that the name allows a certain flexibility when it comes to additional model names in the future, lending credence to the rumors that Microsoft actually has two next-gen consoles in development--Xbox Series X and a cheaper, possibly all-digital version codenamed Project Lockhart.

Release Date

Microsoft announced that Xbox Series X is currently scheduled to release Holiday 2020. This is about seven years after the launch of the original Xbox One. According to Microsoft, COVID-19 will not impact the console's launch. That means it will likely release very close to the PS5, which has also not indicated a shift from its original date.

Price

Microsoft hasn't announced an official price for Xbox Series X yet--the console isn't even up for pre-order. Before trying to sell customers on the console, Microsoft wants consumers to have a chance to better understand what Xbox Series X can do. The Game Awards presents an ideal stage for announcing a product, but it's not a very good place for getting tech into the hands of the public. E3 isn't happening this year, so we'll have to keep our ears open for other times Microsoft could announce the price--and see how it compares to the PS5. A July first-party games event could be when this occurs. This event is scheduled for July 23 and Halo Infinite is a confirmed game for the event. Other launch titles, including first-party games from Microsoft's own studios, will likely appear.

Hardware

The Xbox Series X looks an awful lot like a PC desktop tower, though--like the Xbox 360, Xbox One S, and Xbox One X--you can lay it down horizontally too. Though the console looks massive, it's actually not all that big. Grab an Xbox One controller if you have one handy and lay it down on the table. The Xbox Series X is about that wide. Now stand the controller upon its grips and multiply that height by three--that's the approximate height of the Xbox Series X. Since the console is a square tower, it's as deep as it is wide.

Like the Xbox One, most of the Xbox Series X's ports are on the back of the console. The only features on the front are the Xbox button, disc drive, and the eject button. There doesn't appear to be a USB port on the front (like with the Xbox One X) for easily connecting a wired controller.

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Controller

Speaking of controllers, the Xbox Series X controller is almost identical to the one for the Xbox One, including its use of AA batteries instead of a rechargeable pack. The major difference is the addition of a Share button--which is positioned in the middle of the controller below the power button. Like on the PS4 DualShock 4, you can press this Share button to easily take screenshots and capture video clips.

There are few other minor differences between the Xbox Series X and Xbox One controllers. The Xbox Series X has a modular hybrid d-pad, making it easier to do diagonal inputs. The controller's overall size is also slightly smaller, and the back of the controller is curved differently. Other than that though, the Xbox Series X and Xbox One controllers are basically identical--which makes sense given that both sets of controllers can be used with either console. You'll be able to play on Xbox Series X with your Xbox One controllers or take your Xbox Series X controllers to go back and play on Xbox One.

Backwards Compatibility

The Xbox Series X supports backwards compatibility for all three previous generations of Xbox console, and according to Microsoft, they'll play even better. At the very least, Xbox Series X will be able to play all Xbox One games day one. Xbox One games installed on an external hard drive can be played immediately when plugged into Xbox Series X.

The company hasn't clarified the same for original Xbox and Xbox 360 games--but it's probable that Xbox Series X will be able to play all Xbox and Xbox 360 games that are currently backwards compatible on Xbox One. Whether Microsoft adds more Xbox and Xbox 360 games to that list remains to be seen. It's worth noting that Xbox Series X will support cross-generation multiplayer. This is important for launch game Halo Infinite, as it will be releasing on both systems and supports the Smart Delivery system.

Microsoft executive Aaron Greenberg also reiterated the company's support for past generations of games rather than moving forward full-steam ahead on the Xbox Series X. This is in contrast to the PS5 approach, which will have complete exclusives right out of the gate.

Games

Currently, there are only a few games confirmed for Xbox Series X, which includes Halo Infinite, Senua's Saga: Hellblade II, and Cyberpunk 2077. It's likely Microsoft will confirm more new games on the platform, such as Gears Tactics, so be sure to check back often as we update this feature with more Xbox Series X games as they get announced.

Microsoft held a special third-party partner showcase on May 7 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET. One of the games to appear during this event was Assassin's Creed Valhalla. First party games will be shown later this summer during a July presentation, and Halo Infinite has been confirmed to appear.

Given that Xbox Series X is backwards compatible, the console will support a Smart Delivery feature in order to make sure you're always downloading the right version of the game you want to play. Games that support this feature include Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin's Creed Valhalla. At least with the latter, you will be able to get the full Xbox Series X version if you initially buy the Xbox One version. Other games with Smart Delivery include Chorus, Scarlet Nexus, The Ascent, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2.

The Xbox Series X will support Unreal Engine 5, including its Lumen and Nanite technologies for lightning and geometry. This is despite the engine being announced with a demonstration on a PlayStation 5 development kit. Fortnite on Xbox Series X will transition to Unreal Engine 5 in 2021.

Performance And Specs

The Xbox One X is already a powerhouse--currently the most powerful console on the market--but the Xbox Series X is even faster. Spencer says Series X's GPU is eight times faster than that of the base Xbox One, making it twice as fast as the Xbox One X. The CPU is purportedly much stronger than what's been seen in consoles before. Spencer says it's four times more capable than previous consoles, but he hasn't confirmed which exact consoles.

Xbox Series X supposedly runs really quietly too (at least as silently as the Xbox One X), managing to keep itself cool with one fan and additional heatsinks. We don't have all the specs for Xbox Series X yet, but we've compiled what we know into a feature that compares the console to Sony's PlayStation 5.

Confirmed Console Exclusives

Currently, Xbox Series X doesn't definitively have any console exclusives. Halo Infinite--the sixth mainline game in Microsoft's shooter franchise--will be available for Xbox Series X on day one, but the game will release for Xbox One too.

During The Game Awards, Microsoft announced that a sequel to Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Senua's Saga: Hellblade II, would be coming to Xbox Series X at a future date. Given that Ninja Theory is now an Xbox Game Studio, it would make sense for Hellblade II to release as an Xbox exclusive (even though its predecessor launched as a limited-time PlayStation exclusive), but Microsoft hasn't confirmed whether the game is only releasing on Xbox Series X (and likely PC). Like Halo Infinite, Hellblade II could release for Xbox One too.

The Ascent is an action-role-playing game similar in perspective to Diablo, but with a science-fiction dystopian setting. It will be coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X this holiday season.

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That said, many of the studios that Microsoft acquired back in 2018 are beginning to reveal their current projects, and they're a motley bunch of first-party titles--ranging from the Metroidvania Ori and the Will of the Wisps to the action-adventure Everwild. It inspires confidence that Microsoft will promote console exclusives for Xbox Series X beyond its major franchises of Halo, Forza, and Gears of War.

Game Services

Xbox Series X will continue to support Xbox Game Pass, the popular game subscription service that Microsoft launched this console generation. Though Xbox Game Pass will work the same on Xbox Series X, the more powerful console will allow users to jump into the games they want to play more quickly.

The new console will also integrate Microsoft's cloud-based gaming service, codenamed Project xCloud. With xCloud, you'll be able to continue playing your Xbox games on your PC or mobile devices. You will also be able to use your console as a server to stream to these devices, and you won't have to pay to do so provided that you own the Xbox version of the game you're trying to play.

Microsoft has filed trademark application for what appears to be the Xbox Series X logo, presumably to be located on the console itself or on game cases. This logo could also potentially be found on other items, such as merchandise.

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Day one.

XseX stomps ps5. It’s not even close.

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Can't wait to see the new most powerful console in the world at work! Day one purchase!

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Would love an exclusive RPG for launch, especially something cool like a FAble, KotOR, or Lost Odyssey. They really need to make Vampire Masquerade an exclusive, give some must have variety to a overly heavy shooter /bro games that have gotten tired last couple of gens.

And stop talking about, specs, BC, price, controller, and stay laser focused on games, games, and more games. But IF I was MS, I would wait as long as possible and let PS announce their price, and be like Price is Right, and under bid them by a dollar.

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Instead of "Xbox Series X," since the name will inevitably confuse some people, can we just call it Xbox Series 10 or Xbox S10?

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I wish they made the controller like the S-controller from the OG Xbox. That controller was perfect.

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Just have the friggin' controller work without constant 'disconnect' popping up, for once. Went through 3 One X's...all had constant disconnecting controllers, including at the very first start-up log-in. The last Xbox console that was reliable for me was the 360.

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@creaturecomfort: that happened to me before and what i did to solve it , is to do firmware update for your controller and voila problem solved :)

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So excited for the Series X. Now just hoping Fable is announced this year.

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@Shantmaster_K:
I was never a huge fan of the Fable games, but the rumor-mill is saying that the new Fable is moving away from the more whimsical look/feel of the previous games, in favor of something more mature. If so, it would address one of my gripes about the series, so I curious to see if this is true.

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@H0RSE: I loved the look, but I think a more mature look would be pretty interesting in a Fable setting.

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This is an old ass outdated article being pushed as new **** you GameSpot.

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@Marky360: They will release this same article with - updated info..... updated rumors- until E3 of this year if not farther. Probably every week, maybe every two weeks. I guess it doesn't hurt.

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@Marky360: yeah I thought that. This info we know already!

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@kiloman_74:

Right and some of the info has even been debunked already like the fact that Microsoft is no longer doing 2 next-gen skus

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how did this article get bumped again

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The best news for me is that this Xbox console will drive the price of 1 TB SSD price even lower! Kudos to MS!

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@Bamda: this article is trash really needs to be deleted not bumped facts are wrong

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Whoever made this article really needs to fact check things better as it was confirmed that they will not be forgoing a disc drive.

"However, Xbox Scarlett will not be abandoning discs. Microsoft’s Matt Booty confirmed the system will have an optical drive during an E3 2019 interview with Eurogamer, stressing that the company knows players enjoy “building a collection” of physical games."

Source: https://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/xbox-scarlett-rumor-roundup/

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As someone who has been a console player since the NES, I'm in the process of jumping to PC.

All Xbox games will be available on PC, and typically you are just paying ~$500 for a streamlined 1 year old PC.

Rumors so far suggest both Scarlett and PS5 will be using a 3rd gen ryzen CPU, that is capable of raytracing.

I can almost bet that both Scarlett and PS5 will be some form of Ryzen 7 3700x (mid range 3rd gen ryzen CPU) and an RTX 2070 super w/16 gb of ram.

This is what I am currently building for ~$1400, and as far as the ps5 and Scarlett go, the only real difference will be both the CPU and gpu being intergraded into a single board with maybe some faster buss speeds.

I see no reason to keep shelling out for home consoles, with stuff like cross play, save and k+m support being added. Home consoles have essentially become dumbed down PCs.

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@mike468:

"All Xbox games will be available on PC, and typically you are just paying ~$500 for a streamlined 1 year old PC."

- No, you're not... you cannot do 1:1 comparisons of PC and console hardware,as they are built and optimized differently. To match the power/performance the Series X has, you're going to need to spend over $1000 on a PC.

Console optimization can be fundamentally better than PC optimization, because they have access to lower level, closer "to-the-metal" graphics APIs than PC. This a good and bad thing for PC.

It's good because PC games use Direct3D or OpenGL APIs, so games will continue to work in the future, when hardware is upgraded/changed.

It is bad because this means games do not run as well as they could on current hardware, whereas console games are often pushed to the limit.

You're not doing 4K/60 on a $500 PC, let alone 4K/120, which HDMI 2.1 will allow and the Series X will support and take advantage of. There is also currently no GPU's or monitors that support HDMI 2.1, so that $1400 you plan on spending, is still going to leave your rig with less capabilities than the Series X.

There is also the issues that come with PC's that consoles do not have, like driver updates and software/hardware conflicts. And depending on what games you play, if you are not familiar with m/kb controls, you'll need to learn to effectively use them as well.

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"I see no reason to keep shelling out for home consoles, with stuff like cross play, save and k+m support being added. Home consoles have essentially become dumbed down PCs."

- It depends on your perspective. They may be "dumbed down" in the sense that they are a closed-system that aren't really designed for anything but entertainment, but then again, that's why they are a console and not a PC. A PC is a tool, a console is not.

However, they also give more "bang for buck" over PC's, in terms price/performance and they are ready to go out of the box - you put a game in and it works, which makes them incredibly user-friendly and arguably the single biggest reason people will choose console over PC.

To own/game on a PC, you need to have to have some degree of knowledge/know-how of the medium. For console, you do not. Virtually all of the problem solving/troubleshooting you'll encounter on PC, is done automatically in the background, or removed completely on console. As for cross-play, it is not a universal feature across all games. In fact, I would say the feature is still in it's infancy, so the mileage one gets from it will vary.

I have owned about 5-6 PC's in my life, and I've built every one of them, so I'm not just some "console fanboy" trying to shit on PC. I own both a PC and an xbox, since both offer me things the other cannot.

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@mike468: I don't agree pc changes to keep on the higher end of the pc for gaming cost way more than paying for consoles every 5 years or so but to each their own

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This time around I’ll wait till they release the best of the best instead of buying one then they come out with a more improved console. I’m so backlogged with games it will take me years to get it done.

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@KLINGON:

Yup, my sentiment exactly. I will most likely wait a year or so before getting the next Xbox. That way, they will have done away with any problems that may come up with the system on release. And if there is any talk of releasing an update system, I'll just wait for that one.

I'm happy with my One X and am not in any real hurry to buy a new console. I have such a large back log and so little time as it is. So, I'm good for some time. I never buy hardware on release anyway.

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Already built one of these, they're ok but I feel that the color of the case isn't with I had expected, shipping from Amazon was quick but next time I will remember to ask for more games as I have already finished the Halo Infinite but I like the backward compatibility of my PS4 games.

Hopefully my Wifi will work with this.

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@pcbuildertechnicianexpertperso: PS has never done backwards compatible game they have done remastered but there is a difference as for building one can't build anything unless you know exact specs and we don't as for playing halo infinite and finishing lol right

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= No Games

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I vote for XBox Two, since it sounds like they were trying to reboot the name anyway. If MS were smart and they know that they don't make much money on hardware, then they should make the CPU & GPU modular and the memory expandable. Then we all don't have to waste money on the case & motherboard every 3 years and we can spend more of our money on games...BE SMART MS!!! If it is a PC, then dammit treat it like a tight controlled modular PC and stop yanking everyone's waddle about it. I don't mind a focused PC for the couch TV, since I like playing my games on the couch & not hunched over a PC mostly. And no, I don't want to hear any nonsense about PC vs PS4 vs XB1, I have all of them, but I went from hating MS and not buying anything to gaming mostly on XB1 now. Sorry I love my XB1 and the backwards compatibility won me over, along with the titles that I love, Titanfalls, Gears, Forza, Halo, Recore...etc. I am a sci-fi guy & I love my sci-fi shooters and I love to play them with friends online.

Don't get me wrong I still love the PS4 & their exclusives, but most of the exclusive games are single player & get boring fast with little replay value FOR ME. And so financially it made more sense when you factor in backwards compat., XB exclusives, & all the other games for both platforms to be played on the XB1x and to only pay for online MS Gold on XB. Then I just use the PS4 for the single player exclusives, which I don't need online PS+ membership for & can resell them when I get bored quickly.

For crying out loud please MS don't muck this up, maybe just ask the XB gaming community from time to time and take a survey on some of your decisions. After all it is us you are trying to please & our dollars that support you. Also please bring back MechAssault 1 & 2 remaster & a new 3. Man I cannot wait for a new Aliens shooter, Terminator, Predator, Transformers, Hulk, Spiderman, Avengers, TMNT, Sponge Bob. What the heck happened to the licensed classics this generation, they are sorely missed?

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There isn’t two just the one machine?

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Everything you need to know about XBox Scarlett:

Wait to see if it has any exclusives to warrant the cost of purchase.

(Why has this been bumped btw?)

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@gotrekfabian: I don't know the article is trash and most the comments are just as bad

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@gotrekfabian: If you game on PC, No. Otherwise you'll need one for Halo, Gears, Forza. Unless you bought a One X, in which case you're supposed to be able to play the new games.

You could pick up a cheap One X later since it does 4k and not even bother with the new boxes at all.

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Mine is better than yours.

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So for everyone who bought a ONE X.... sorry

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@frizzkills: It's future compatible though or at least that's what they said and seems like they are doing

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@frizzkills: My one x purchase has already been justified.

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@frizzkills: why i can afford to buy all of them !!!! :)

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@frizzkills: Why? I don’t mind buying a new console every three years. I’ll probably be able to sell my X for a reasonable price as well. Really nothing to feel sorry about here.

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Safe, boring, uninspiring upgrades.

Woohoo I need a new console for better load times.

Wake me up when the real next gen is here.

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@DeltaCobra: I'll take a PS5 just for super fast load times. Have you played Monster Hunter World? You could spend so much more time hunting if you didn't have to wait for all of the loading that game needs to do. Same for Destiny 2, Anthem, and really any game with loaded activities.

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@DeltaCobra: Yes because it will help with how much you can load onto the screen at once during gameplay as well.

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