Along with the postponement of Halo Infinite, Microsoft is confirming the availability in November of its Xbox Series X.

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It’s a fact, video game enthusiasts have an appointment with the “next-gen” at the end of 2020. On the Sony side, we still maintain a little mystery regarding the date of availability and the price of the PS5, but on the side of Microsoft, we have just formalized the release window of the Xbox Series X!

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While the Redmond giant has shocked more than one player by formalizing the postponement to 2021 of Halo Infinite, the latter was keen to confirm in the wake that the Xbox Series X will not miss the end of year holidays, and will be indeed available during November. At present, Microsoft has not seen fit to define a precise release date, but we are now certain that we can find the console at the foot of the tree.

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On the Microsoft side, even if the postponement of Halo Infinite has lost an ambassador of choice for the Xbox Series X (although the game did not convince many people during its recent presentation …), we want to be reassuring, by explaining that it will be possible to play “thousands of games on Xbox Series X” from its launch.

Indeed, Microsoft’s new baby will be compatible with Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One games, not to mention games optimized for Xbox Series X, such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Dirt 5 and etc…

It remains to be seen what will be the “next-gen” line-up of this Xbox Series X, which has been defined from the start as an extension of the Xbox ecosystem. We already know that the console will have an interface similar to the Xbox One, that the controller will also be substantially identical to that of the current console, and that it will allow (initially at least) to play games. also available on Xbox One, in an “optimized” version …