Xbox Series X Will Cost $499 USD, Pre-Orders Open This Month

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Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Series X will retail at $499 USD / £449 / $749 AUD, and that both Xbox Series consoles will be released on November 10. Pre-orders will open on September 22.

Both consoles will join the Xbox All Access program (a subscription service that gets you a console and an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership), with Series X coming in at $34.99 USD / £28.99 a month, and Series S at $24.99 USD / £20.99. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and will also now include an EA Play membership from this holiday season.

Ahead of September 22, make sure to check out our Xbox Series X pre-order guide.

Xbox All Access has also now expanded to 12 countries, which you can see below (with the retailers offering the service):

  • Australia at Telstra
  • Canada at EB Games
  • Denmark at Elgiganten
  • Finland at Gigantti
  • France at FNAC
  • New Zealand at Spark
  • Norway at Elkjøp
  • Poland at Media Expert
  • South Korea at SK Telecom
  • Sweden at Elgiganten
  • UK at GAME and Smyths Toys
  • United States at Best Buy, GameStop, Target, Microsoft Store, and Walmart

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After a series of leaks yesterday, Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox Series S has a release date of November 10 and a $299 USD / £249.99 / $499 AUD price point. The less powerful of the Xbox Series consoles will be feature no disc drive, 1440p / 120FPS output, support raytracing, and include a 512GB custom SSD.

Microsoft has made much of how powerful the Series X will be – you can see how it stacks up against the competition in our PS5 vs. Xbox Series X comparison chart.

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