Xbox Series X and S Reviews Leave Microsoft CEO "Delighted"
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Xbox Series X and S Reviews Leave Microsoft CEO "Delighted"

Lloyd Coombes
28 October 2020

Roll on November 10.

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch next month, and Microsoft's CEO has claimed that he's "delighted" with early responses from press and influencers.

On a first-quarter earnings call, Satya Nadella said “We are delighted by early reviews and excitement in the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, which will be the most affordable and the most powerful consoles available.”

Xbox Series X Early Reviews Leave Microsoft CEO "Delighted"

 

While many had been concerned that Microsoft would look to leave the console business on the back of a rough generation, it seems the company is pleased at the direction the Xbox team is moving in.

The Xbox Series S will cost £249, making it the lowest-priced next-gen console between both Microsoft and Sony, while the Series X is priced at £449.

Between the two consoles and the Windows PC platform, Microsoft is hoping to entice users into subscribing to Xbox Game Pass.

Microsoft recently released a video walkthrough of the Series X console's operating system.

We also know which games will playable at launch, including Smart Delivery titles and games included in Game Pass.

For more on the Series X, check out our report about how much of the console's internal drive is reserved for system files.

For more on the differences between Series S and Series X, be sure to check out our price comparison, as well as our full specs comparison.

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