Phil Spencer Shows Off Xbox Series X

Phil Spencer Came to The Game Awards Prepared With Xbox Series X

During The Game Awards, Phil Spencer unveiled the new Xbox Series X with a trailer that shows off its capabilities and ambition. Previously known as Project Scarlett, the Xbox Series X looks to be Microsoft’s next generation console and it has a release window that mirrors PS5’s: Holiday 2020. Phil Spencer confirmed the new console is the most powerful Xbox built to date but we still aren’t sure how it compares with the PlayStation 5. The black and green colours of the console is similar to previous units but the design is more akin to a PC or a router.

Xbox Series X

The trailer itself gives Xbox fans a closer look at the next-gen system and the official reveal of the name, while also tying in the console’s enhanced visual power, tech and design. The design of the Xbox Series X itself seems akin to the build of a PC or a Steam machine than what we have traditionally seen from previous Xbox consoles, further establishing their link with PC. Because of the Microsoft exclusive titles releasing on Xbox and PC and Xbox Game Pass being available on both, it’s no surprise that Microsoft continues designs that reflect PC towers. Check out the trailer for Microsoft’s Xbox Series X below:

The Xbox Series X will “set a new bar for performance, speed and compatibility, allowing you to bring your gaming legacy, thousands of games from three generations and move forward with you,” according to Phil Spencer. “Tts industrial design enables us to deliver four times the processing power of Xbox One X. The console aims to deliver “truly immersive gameplay” to the future generation of Xbox gamers. The new Xbox controller is apparently refined to accommodate an even wider range of people as well which will further compliment the next-generation console.

What do you think of the Xbox Series X? What exclusives could they release for it that would sell you on the next-gen console? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Game Informer