The prices for both Microsoft’s next-generation consoles, Xbox Series X and Series S, have reportedly been revealed.
Windows Central is reporting that the Xbox Series X will be $499 USD and the Xbox Series S is $299. The website has confirmed the pricing with its sources, and also that Microsoft will apparently push its Xbox All Access financing plan at various retailers for a global rollout.
The Xbox All Access program will have consumers paying $25 per month for the Xbox Series S, and $35 per month for the Xbox Series X. Additionally, Windows Central reports that both versions of the next-generation console will launch on Nov. 10. Microsoft has not confirmed any of the leaked details so far.
We now have the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X price, and launch date. FINALLY REVEALED. https://t.co/cZZakMjd4H
— Windows Central Gaming (@WCGamingTweets) September 8, 2020
Earlier today, Thurrott’s Brad Sams reported that the Xbox Series S would allegedly cost $299 and also showed what the cheaper console looks like. A promotional video comparing the size of the two consoles leaked shortly after. It now seems that Window Central’s report corroborates Thurrott’s.
Sony has not offered any details regarding the pricing for either the regular nor all-digital version of PlayStation 5. However, we can possibly expect Sony to respond soon with the price and the release date for its console as well.