During the recent Xbox Games Showcase, Microsoft not only revealed exciting new game announcements like Payday 3 but also unveiled plans to release a brand-new Xbox console later this year. The New Xbox S comes in a Carbon Black Color and 1 TB of Storage. While pre-orders for the new console will commence today, gamers will have to wait until September 1, 2023, to get their hands on it. Additionally, the upgraded console will come with a $50 price increase compared to its predecessor Xbox Series X
Xbox Series S Carbon Black Specs
Xbox Series S Equipped with an AMD Ryzen Zen 2 processor and boasting 10GB of GDDR6 memory, the Series S delivers impressive power and performance. It seamlessly supports the latest Xbox games, offering an immersive gaming experience. However, one thing to note is that the Series S does not include a disc drive, requiring all games to be downloaded digitally.
Initially, the 512GB storage capacity of the original console was considered somewhat limited. However, as game sizes have significantly increased since the console’s launch, this limitation has become even more noticeable. Consequently, Microsoft’s introduction of a new option in 2023 is highly appreciated by gamers. Similar to its predecessor, the new console will continue to support external storage. However, it’s important to note that modern Xbox consoles necessitate the use of proprietary external devices, which tend to be relatively expensive.