According to Windows Central, Microsoft will offer a $35-per-month Xbox All Access financing option for the Series X.
Now, Windows Central reports a more specific release date and even a price point for the tech giant’s next-gen console: the Series X will apparently set you back $499 and will be available on November 10th.
Microsoft revealed last month that the Xbox Series X will arrive in November, just in time for this year’s holiday shopping season.
Microsoft will reportedly offer a $25-per-month Xbox All Access financing option for it and will be trying to capture as many markets as possible by having a large global rollout for the cheaper console.
The publication’s report comes hot on the heels of a leak that shows what the Xbox Series S, which is expected to be Microsoft’s cheaper disc-less console, could look like.
The Xbox Series S will be available on the same day, according to 'Windows Central.
Previous reports say it’s capable of 1080p and 1440p gaming and that it will have a smaller RAM and less powerful CPU than the Series X.