Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S pre-orders are about to go live.
After recently announcing a November 10 release date for the next-gen Xbox, Microsoft confirmed that pre-orders would start on September 22.
If you want to pre-order an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S console for launch, then you’ll need to be online at 8am BST UK time.
As previously reported, the Xbox Series X will have a £449.99 price tag, while the Xbox Series S will cost £249.99.
If you’re interested in purchasing an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S console, you can purchase either device using various payment schemes.
It’s all part of the Xbox All Access programme, which lets customers pick up a next-gen console with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for £20.99 a month.
“Get an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S console, plus 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, from £20.99/month for 24 months with Klarna.
“With no upfront cost, Xbox All Access has everything you need to experience next-gen gaming.”
Currys PC World, meanwhile, is offering a 12-month flexible credit plan for anybody who wants to buy now and pay later.
The Xbox Series S console can run games with a 1440p resolution at up to 120 frames-per-second.
It also supports DirectX Ray-tracing, and features variable rate shading and a variable refresh rate with ultra-low latency.
Elsewhere, the Xbox Series S features a custom 512 GB solid-state drive, which will probably need to be upgraded due to download sizes.
You also get 4K upscaling for games and media playback via streaming.
Microsoft Xbox Series S next-gen console specs…
• 1440p at up to 120 frames-per-second
• DirectX Raytracing
• Variable Rate Shading
• Variable Refresh Rate
• Ultra-low latency
• Custom 512 GB SSD
• 4K Steaming Media Playback
• 4K Upscaling for Games