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17, 12, 2019 | The G FUEL Team | comments(0)

Xbox Series X Release Date, Specs, Price, Games, And More!

Microsoft said their new Xbox Series X is the most powerful console ever made. And with a release date of "Holiday 2020" on the horizon, here's everything you need to know about the Xbox Series X:

Table of Contents:
Power and Specs
Release Date and Pre-order
Design, Size, and Dimensions


Power and Specs

Xbox Series X specs confirmed by MicrosoftXbox Wire

February 24, 2020 was a big day for Xbox fans around the world as Microsoft confirmed numerous Xbox Series X specs. The new console will feature 12 Teraflops of GPU performance, which claims to be eight times of what is currently in the Xbox One and double the Xbox One X. This is leaps and bounds the best GPU we've seen in a console.

In the official post about these new features, the Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, noted “Xbox Series X delivers a true generational leap in processing and graphics power with cutting edge techniques resulting in higher framerates, larger, more sophisticated game worlds, and an immersive experience unlike anything seen in console gaming.”

Along with the stellar GPU coming in Xbox Series X, Spencer also talked about the “New Generation Custom Processor” that leverages AMD's latest Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures.

A new feature called  “Variable Rate Shading (VRS)” has also been confirmed for the console: 

Our patented form of VRS empowers developers to more efficiently utilize the full power of the Xbox Series X. Rather than spending GPU cycles uniformly to every single pixel on the screen, they can prioritize individual effects on specific game characters or important environmental objects. This technique results in more stable frame rates and higher resolution, with no impact on the final image quality.

This will go hand in hand with the already confirmed DirectX Raytracing, which has also been confirmed for the PS5. 

A new Quick Resume feature will let you close multiple games at any point and instantaneously pick up where you left off "without waiting through long loading screens."

When the console was initially announced, one of the big selling points was that it can play games at 120 FPS and up to 8K. This was also confirmed by Spencer. 

One of the more notable features announced was the extensive backwards compatibility features coming at launch with the Xbox Series X. It took Xbox over a year to implement some levels of backwards compatibility with the Xbox One, and we did not get the games we wanted to play right away. Spencer noted the following:

Our commitment to compatibility means existing Xbox One games, including backward-compatible Xbox 360 and original Xbox games, look and play better than ever before. Your favorite games, including titles in Xbox Game Pass, benefit from steadier framerates, faster load times and improved resolution and visual fidelity – all with no developer work required. Your Xbox One gaming accessories also come forward with you.

This also pairs along with the announced upcoming “Smart Delivery” feature.

This technology empowers you to buy a game once and know that – whether you are playing it on Xbox One or Xbox Series X – you are getting the right version of that game on whatever Xbox you’re  playing on. We’re making the commitment to use Smart Delivery on all our exclusive Xbox Game Studios titles, including Halo Infinite, ensuring you only have to purchase a title once in order to play the best available version for whichever Xbox console they choose to play on. This technology is available for all developers and publishers, and they can choose to use it for titles that will be release on Xbox One first and come to the Xbox Series X later.

At the end of the post, Spencer stated "We can’t wait to share more details about the new Xbox with you in the coming months."

Will Tuttle, Xbox Wire Editor in Chief, revealed the full Xbox Series X specs in this Xbox Wire article on March 16, 2020.

Here are the full Xbox Series X specs:

  • CPU: 8x Cores @ 3.8 GHz (3.6 GHz with SMT) Custom Zen 2 CPU
  • GPU: 12 TFLOPS, 52 CUs @ 1.825 GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU
  • Die Size: 360.45 mm2
  • Process: 7nm Enhanced
  • Memory: 16 GB GDDR6 w/ 320b bus
  • Memory Bandwidth: 10GB @ 560 GB/s, 6GB @ 336 GB/s
  • Internal Storage: 1 TB Custom NVME SSD
  • IO Throughout: 2.4 GB/s (Raw), 4.8 GB/s (Compressed, with custom hardware decompression block)
  • Expandable Storage: 1 TB Expansion Card (matches internal storage exactly)
  • External Storage: USB 3.2 External HDD Support
  • Optical Drive: 4K UHD Blu-Ray Drive
  • Performance Target: 4K @ 60 FPS, Up to 120 FPS
  • Color: Matte Black
  • Price: Unknown
  • Release date: Holiday 2020

In that same Xbox Wire article, here's what Sebastien Nussbaum, Corporate VP and Senior Fellow, Semi-Custom Products and Technologies at AMD, said about the Xbox Series X:

“Xbox Series X is the biggest generational leap of SOC [System on a Chip] and API design that we’ve done with Microsoft, and it’s really an honor for AMD to be a trusted Microsoft partner for this endeavor,” said Nussbaum. “The Xbox Series X is going to be a beacon of technical innovation leadership for this console generation and will propagate the innovation throughout the DirectX ecosystem this year and into next year.”

Another feature that's been announced in the Xbox Wire article is the new Xbox Velocity Architecture that's going to work for offline streaming of games. Xbox has noted that their ultimate goal is to cut down the latency and input delay you might feel while playing games or streaming them from one of their cloud services. So, these new systems are catered to significantly cutting down the amount of delay the player will feel while playing.

Check out what Andrew Goossen, Technical Fellow on Xbox Series X at Microsoft, had to say regarding their new commitment to low latency:

“The CPU is the brain of our new console and the GPU is the heart, but the Xbox Velocity Architecture is the soul,” said Andrew Goossen, Technical Fellow on Xbox Series X at Microsoft. “The Xbox Velocity Architecture is about so much more than fast last times. It’s one of the most innovative parts of our new console. It’s about revolutionizing how games can create vastly bigger, more compelling worlds.

This has included developing brand new technology such as Dynamic Latency Input (DLI) as well as helping to shape the HDMI 2.1 specification by adding new gaming-centric features such as support for 120hz, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). The team has also been working with the industry’s leading TV manufacturers for the past two years to ensure the display ecosystem is ready for the features coming with Xbox Series X.”

Xbox revealed and confirmed the specs for the Xbox Series S, the all-digital version of the next-gen Xbox, via the trailer below. At nearly 60% smaller than Xbox Series X, it will be the smallest Xbox ever.


Here are the Xbox Series S specs:

  • CPU: Eight-core 3.8ghz custom Zen 2
  • GPU: Four teraflops 1.55 GHz
  • RAM: 10GB GDDR6
  • Frame rate: Up to 120 FPS
  • Resolution: Up to 4K
  • Storage: 512GB custom NVME SSD powered by Xbox Velocity Architecture

The description of the Xbox Series S trailer also notes that you can "Get started with an instant library of 100+ high quality games, including all new Xbox Game Studios titles the day they release, when you add Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (membership sold separately)."

Release Date and Pre-order

Xbox confirmed the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, the all-digital version of the next-gen Xbox console, will release on November 10, 2020. Pre-orders start on September 22, 2020.


On September 9, 2020, Xbox confirmed the Xbox Series X will cost $499 (Estimated Retail Price). This holiday, Xbox All Access is expanding to 12 countries (Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, New Zealand, Norway, Polan, South Korea, Sweden, UK, and the United States), giving you a next-gen Xbox and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at $34.99 per month for Xbox Series X and $24.99 per month for Xbox Series S.

Xbox is also partnering with EA to provide Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and PC members with an EA Play membership for free this holiday.

On September 8, 2020, Xbox revealed and confirmed the Xbox Series S will cost $299 (Estimated Retail Price).

That same day, IGN posted this reported leak, showing the Xbox Series X will cost $499.

Design, Size, and Dimensions

xbox one series x size and dimensionsWindows Central

Along with the big name reveal of the Xbox Series X, Microsoft revealed what the console will look like. The new Xbox Series X has already been dubbed “The Fridge.” It is much bulkier than previous iterations of the Xbox, but it doesn't surprise us because of the increased internal hardware. It is without a doubt one of the most unique console designs of the century and may pose a problem for some people if they have limited space for the console.

Speaking of "The Fridge," Xbox tweeted the Xbox Series X dimensions on March 16, 2020: 151mm x 151mm x 301mm — and of course, used a fridge for scale.

With regards to the Xbox Series S size and dimensions, Xbox confirmed on September 8, 2020, the Xbox Series S will be nearly 60% smaller than Xbox Series X, making it the smallest Xbox ever.


Black Xbox Series X Wireless ControllerMicrosoft

According to Xbox Wire's article "Xbox Series X: Making Gaming’s Best Controller Even Better," the Xbox Series X Wireless Controller will ship with the Xbox Series X this holiday.

Here are the new controller features as confirmed by the Xbox Wire article:

Altered Form Factor

The controller will fit in a wider range of hand sizes, including smaller hands that are similar in size to those of an average 8-year-old. Xbox "did that by rounding the bumpers, slightly reducing and rounding parts around the triggers, and carefully sculpting the grips."

New Textures And Finishes

Xbox "added a tactile dot pattern on the triggers and bumpers, which provides grip to improve feel and performance during gameplay ... A similar, yet more subtle pattern is on the grips. The D-pad, bumpers, and triggers now have a matte finish to maintain a smooth consistent feel, whether your hands are wet or dry."

New Hybrid D-pad

Xbox Series X Controller D-padMicrosoft

The hybrid D-pad is inspired by the D-pad on Xbox Elite controllers. "The slightly deeper dish gives your thumb a nice little “home” to sit in. The angles are finely tuned to give you a good amount of leverage with minimal movement. Gamers will notice a performance boost right out of the box."

New Share Button

Xbox Series X Controller Share buttonMicrosoft

The Xbox Series X has a new Share button "to make capturing and sharing instantaneous. It’s easy to just grab a screenshot or record a video without needing on-screen menus. Then you can easily access and share content with your favorite social platforms or directly with friends."

Reduced Latency

Xbox is introducing a system-wide set of improvements called Dynamic Latency Input (DLI). Basically, "information is sent more frequently from the controller and matched with exact frames of your game on-screen. The result: we shave off precious milliseconds at every step of gameplay, and actions are even more instantaneous."

For Xbox's primer on latency, check out "Xbox Series X: What’s the Deal with Latency?"

Cross-compatibility and Back-compatibility

Cross-compatibility between Xbox Series X and Xbox One consoles and controllers, along with back-compatibility with accessories gamers already have in their collection, will be supported.

They all work together with the same great Xbox Wireless Radio. Gamers can also play on more devices including PC, Android, and iOS. We’re implementing Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) so that pairing to these devices is much easier. The new controller also remembers multiple devices so switching between them is more seamless. And a USB-C port allows gamers to play and charge with a modern cable that’s more readily available.

We also wanted to maintain back-compatibility with accessories people already have in their collection. Since those are physical connections, that defines the shape of the lower half of the controller as well as the location of the audio and accessory ports. Ultimately, that means you can plug in your Chatpad or headset on day one, and it still just works.



This was the finale of Microsoft’s showcase at The Game Awards. They debuted a world-premiere trailer of some in-game footage of a brand new game that is coming soon: Senua's Saga: Hellblade II.

As for other games coming out when the Xbox Series X releases, we know that Halo Infinite will be one of the staple games. The first trailer for this title was shown at E3 2018, and it is perhaps the most anticipated game in quite some time for Xbox fanatics.


On February 24, 2019, the official Cyberpunk 2077 @CyberpunkGame Twitter account confirmed that everyone who buys Cyberpunk 2077 for Xbox One will get a free upgrade to the Xbox Series X version when it releases:


In the Xbox Wire article "Xbox Series X: A Closer Look at the Technology Powering the Next Generation" published on March 16, 2020, The Coalition also announced that players who own the Xbox One version of Gears 5 will get the Xbox Series X Optimized version of Gears 5 for free.

During Inside Xbox on May 7, 2020, we saw exclusive footage of some of the games going to be playable on the Xbox Series X when it releases later this year. Although we did not get too much information on some of the more mainstream titles such as Call of Duty or Halo Infinite, we got a sample of some amazing games that are coming soon.

There was over a dozen games showcased during the reveal, and we’ll talk briefly about some of them below and what kind of games they are.

Bright Memory Infinite is a unique hybrid FPS game coming to the Series X. It was the first game showcased during the reveal.


The fifth installment of the Dirt series is going to release on the Series X. Fans of the series are well aware of the insane racing mechanics the Dirt franchise is known for.


Apart from the above two games, we got some details on some other titles that fans may not be as aware of as they are with the previous games. However, these games look fantastic in their own regards:

  • Chorus
  • Call of the Sea
  • The Ascent
  • The Medium
  • Scarlet Nexus
  • Scorn
  • Second Extinction
  • Vampire: The Masquerade–Bloodlines 2

A majority of these games seemed to fit into the horror genre, so it’ll be interesting to see if there’s going to be any more exclusive game announcements soon.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon was another title that was revealed later during the broadcast. The game is currently released on the PS4 in Japan, and it’ll also be making its way over to North America and Europe on Day 1 of the Xbox Series X launch later this year.


Super Bowl MVP and Madden NFL 20 cover player Patrick Mahomes also appeared on Inside Xbox to talk about the newest Madden game coming later this year: Madden NFL 21. He noted that players who purchase Madden 21 on the Xbox One will get free access to the game on the Xbox Series X as well!

Xbox also confirmed that the following games will support Smart Delivery (meaning if you buy the game for Xbox One, you'll also get free access to the game on Xbox Series X):

  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
  • Call of the Sea
  • Chorus
  • Scarlet Nexus
  • Second Extinction
  • The Ascent
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Gearing up to be the first Assassin’s Creed title on the Series X, we finally got a first look at Assassin's Creed Valhalla gameplay footage:


Although fans have been debating whether or not this is actual gameplay, we know that this is leading up to be one of the most anticipated Assassin’s Creed games of all time.

Xbox Games Showcase

Microsoft revealed its first-party Xbox Series X games, including Halo Infinite, during its Xbox Games Showcase on July 23rd. Watch all of their trailers below!


Watch Dogs: Legion: Resistance Trailer


During the pre-show, the main feature was a brand new trailer for Ubisoft’s upcoming masterpiece, Watch Dogs Legion. By now, most of you are probably aware this game will not have the main protagonist, but it will allow you to control any of the game's characters. This is the first time we've seen this concept being done, and so far it looks amazing! The new trailer followed an ample amount of characters. The release date of October 29th is also noted at the end of the trailer.


Echo Generation - Reveal Trailer


Echo Generation is a new turned based RPG with a neat art style.

Balan Wonderworld - Announcement Trailer



Balan Wonderworld is a new, stunning 3D platformer from developer Square Enix. It was one of the bigger titles announced before the main show. This game is for sure one of the highlights from the entire show. We're excited to see what these standout developers can do with this title.

Main Show

Halo Infinite - Campaign Gameplay Premiere



This was the moment Halo fans around the world have been waiting for. During the trailer, we got our first look at some actual Halo Infinite gameplay. During this short but important segment, we saw the player use all kinds of classic Halo weapons, such as the Assault Rifle, Plasma Pistol, and a brand new DMR.

Here are the Other mechanics shown during the gameplay demo were as follows:

  • Master Chief has a grappling hook? Weird to say we know, but it did look neat!
  • Warthogs are back, as we see the Chief climb in one and drive around the map a bit
  • A deployable shield utility that players are able to shoot through but cannot be shot by their enemies
  • All the classic Halo enemies from previous games seem to be here as well

As always, the soundtrack was stellar. This was expected before the trailer even kicked off, and it sure did bring back some old memories.

State of Decay 3 - Official Announce Trailer


The third iteration of the State of Decay series was revealed, and in classic State of Decay style, it sure did creep us out a bit.


Forza Motorsport - Official Announce Trailer


Developers Turn 10 announced they're working hard on the new Forza title. They also gave us some engine gameplay of the title — with a promise of running at 4K 60 FPS!


Everwild - Eternals Trailer



Legendary studio Rare showed off their newest title, Everwild, with a cheeky art style that's definitely easy on the eyes.

Tell Me Why - Official Chapter One Launch Trailer



Tell Me Why is a story-based game set over the course of multiple chapters. It releases on August 27th.

Ori And The Will of The Wisps - Optimized for Xbox Series X Announce


The second Ori title will be migrating over to Series X and will also feature 4K, HDR and 120 FPS!


Outer Worlds: Peril on Gorgon - Announce Trailer


This new DLC pack for the Outer Worlds RPG will be coming on September 9th.


Grounded - Official Launch Trailer


Grounded is a wacky game made by Obsidian, and it definitely caught our eye during the show. It looks like a fun mix of Rust, Minecraft, and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.


Avowed - Official World Premiere Trailer


Obsidian also teased their RPG first person game, and no it does not appear to be an Elder Ring 2. Instead, it's called Avowed. It looks outstanding from the 15-second teaser we got!


As Dusk Falls - Official Announce Trailer


We have no idea what kind of game this could be. But from what we can tell, it appears to be a dramatic story game in a comic book style.


Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2

After Hellblade 2 was announced last year, we got some new details on the location of the game. It will be set in the wild land of Iceland.

Psychonauts 2 - Gameplay Music Trailer



This trippy third person game features Jack Black as one of the lead voices of the game's songs.

Stalker 2 Trailer



Stalker 2, one of the console exclusives coming for the Series X, appears to be set in the desolate world of Chernobyl.

Destiny 2: Beyond Light – Stasis – Gameplay Trailer


Destiny 2 will also be making the move to Series X later this year. During the trailer, we got sneak peek at the new abilities and mechanics coming with the Beyond Light DLC.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide - Official Teaser Trailer



The teaser trailer for this 4-player co-op action game was one of the coolest trailers of the Xbox Games Showcase.


Tetris Effect: Connected - Announce Trailer



A new Tetris with a vivid musical twist is coming later this year.

The Gunk - Reveal Trailer


We'll let Xbox's description do all the talking for this one:


"From the creators of SteamWorld, embark on an all-new adventure in a vast and alien world where you’ll encounter terrifying enemies and challenging puzzles on your quest to unravel the mystery of a forgotten planet, while saving it in the process."

The Medium - Dual Reality Trailer


The Medium, a dark and creepy game with split universe vibes, was announced.


Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis - Xbox Games Showcase Trailer



A new PSO is coming in 2021, and we know fans of the series are without a doubt looking forward to it.

CrossfireX - Official Campaign Reveal Trailer


This game gave off a lot of Crysis feels during the trailer, and it seems many people agreed with this notion.

Fable - Official Announce Trailer

The closing moments of the show ended with what a lot of fans were hoping for: a new Fable. It's been quite some time since we were able to jump into the Fable universe.

While it's been confirmed the game is in development, we know little about it other than you'll get to "explore a land of fantastical creatures and wondrous places."




Confirmed Xbox Series X Games

Below are all the confirmed Xbox Series X games, according to Xbox, IGN, and other aforementioned sources. Games "Optimized for Xbox Series X" means the developer did extra work to take full advantage of the Xbox Series X's capabilities. Games using Smart Delivery let people who bought the game for Xbox One get the game for Xbox Series X for free.

Game Title Developer / Publisher Optimized for Xbox Series X Smart Delivery Release Date
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Ubisoft Yes Yes November 17, 2020
Avowed Obsidian Entertainment / Xbox Game Studios Yes   Coming to Xbox Game Pass
Balan Wonderworld Square Enix Yes Yes Spring 2021
Battlefield 6 EA     2021
Bright Memory Infinite FYQD-Studio / Playism Yes N/A 2021
Call of the Sea Raw Fury Yes Yes TBA
Chorus Deep Silver Yes Yes 2021
Control Remedy     TBA
Cris Tales Dreams Uncorporated     TBA
CrossfireX Smilegate Entertainment / Microsoft Yes Yes 2020
Cyberpunk 2077 CD Projekt Red     Launch
Cygni: All Guns Blazing Keel Works     TBA
Destiny 2 Bungie     TBA
Dirt 5 Codemasters Yes Yes October 2020
Dying Light 2 Techland     TBA
Everwild Rare / Xbox Game Studios Yes   Coming soon to Xbox Game Pass
Fable Playground Games / Xbox Game Studios Yes   Coming to Xbox Game Pass
Far Cry 6 Ubisoft     February 18, 2021
FIFA 21 EA     TBA
Fortnite Epic Games     Launch
Forza Motorsport Turn 10 Studios / Xbox Game Studios

Yes Yes Coming soon to Xbox Game Pass
Gears 5 Microsoft Yes Yes Launch
Gods and Monsters Ubisoft     Holiday 2020
Grounded Obsidian / Xbox Game Studios Yes Yes Coming soon to Xbox Game Pass
Halo Infinite 343 Industries / Xbox Game Studios Yes Yes 2021
Hello Neighbor 2 Dynamic Pixels / tinyBuild   Yes TBA
Hitman 3 IO Interactive     2021
Hyper Scape Ubisoft     TBA
In Sound Mind We Create Stuff     2021
Madden NFL 21 (free upgrade if you buy Madden NFL 21 on Xbox One by December 31, 2020 and upgrade to Xbox Series X by March 31, 2021) EA     TBA 2020
Marvel's Avengers Crystal Dynamics     2020
Metal Hellsinger The Outsiders     2021
MicroMan Glob Games Studio     2021
Moonray Everything is Full of Gods     2021
NBA 2K21 EA     Holiday 2020
Nth^0 Infinity Reborn KITATUS     2021
Observer (System Redux) Bloober Team     Holiday 2020
Ori And The Will Of The Wisps        
Outriders Square Enix     Holiday 2020
Party Crasher Simulator Glob Games Studio     2021
Planet Coaster Frontier Developments     Holiday 2020
Pragmata Capcom     2022
Psyhotel Ultimate Games     TBA
Psychonauts 2 Double Fine Productions / Xbox Game Studios     Coming soon to Xbox Game Pass
Rainbow Six Quarantine Ubisoft     2020 - 2021
Rainbow Six Siege Ubisoft     Launch
Recompile Phigames     TBA 2020
Resident Evil: Village Capcom     2021
Scarlet Nexus Bandai Namco Yes Yes TBA
Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2 Microsoft     December 2020
Scorn Ebb Yes N/A Launch
Second Extinction Systemic Reaction Yes Yes TBA
Soulborn Pixelmad Studios     2021
State of Decay 3        
The Ascent Neon Giant Yes Yes Launch
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Daedalic Entertainment     2021
The Medium Bloober Team Yes N/A Holiday 2020
The Sims 5 EA     TBA
The Second Extinction Systemic Reaction     TBA
Ultimate Fishing Simulator 2 MasterCode     TBA 2020
Vampire the Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 Paradox Yes Yes TBA 2020
Vampire the Masquerade - Swansong Big Bad Wolf     2021
Warframe Digital Extremes     TBA
Watch Dogs Legion Ubisoft     October 29, 2020
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood Cyanide Studio     February 4, 2021
WRC 9 Kylotonn     TBA 2020
Yakuza: Like a Dragon SEGA Yes Yes Launch


Rumored Xbox Series X Games

Game Title Release Date
Ori and the Will of the Wisps February 11, 2020
Minecraft Dungeons Spring 2020
Microsoft Flight Simulator TBD
Wasteland 3 TBD
PsychoNauts 2 TBD
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga October 20, 2020
Dying Light 2 Spring 2020
Phantasy Star Online 2 (Western Release) Spring 2020
Crossfire X TBD 2020
Tales of Arise TBD 2020


Confirmed Publishers

During the May 7, 2020 Inside Xbox event, there was a screen showcasing all publishers and developers that will be producing games for the Xbox Series X. Household names like Epic Games, Activisino-Blizzard, and Ubisoft are all on the list with notable smaller developers.

Xbox Series X confirmed video game publishers and developers shown at the Inside Xbox event on May 7, 2020.Kotaku

How excited are you for the newest Microsoft console?

What aspect of the Xbox Series X are you most excited about?

Let us know in the comments section below!

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This article was written by Nick Farrell, an experienced journalist who aims to provide insightful and proactive articles daily.