Xbox Series X can be played horizontally or vertically
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Xbox Series X can be played horizontally or vertically

One of the questions fans have been asking since Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X is whether the new console can lay down horizontally. After all, the system was unveiled standing up vertically like a PC tower. The answer is yes. According to Xbox head Phil Spencer – who unveiled the system at The Game…

Xbox Series X controller: Here’s what we know so far
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Xbox Series X controller: Here’s what we know so far

Microsoft has officially unveiled the Xbox Series X, its next-gen console. Along with the announcement comes some news about the system’s new controller. First and foremost, the basic shape remains virtually unchanged from the Xbox One. Microsoft says that it has been “refined to accommodate an even wider range of people.” Does that mean that…

Microsoft unveils Xbox Series X (aka Project Scarlett)
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Microsoft unveils Xbox Series X (aka Project Scarlett)

At The Game Awards on Thursday night, Microsoft revealed the name and design of its next-generation Xbox console. Previously known by its codename, Project Scarlett, Microsoft says that the Xbox Series X “will be our fastest, most powerful console ever.” The console will “set a new bar for performance, speed, and compatibility, allowing you to…

REPORT: Microsoft plans to release cheaper, digital-only version of Xbox Scarlett
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REPORT: Microsoft plans to release cheaper, digital-only version of Xbox Scarlett

Video game website Kotaku is reporting that Microsoft’s next-gen console, Project Scarlett, will have two models at launch: one high-end, more powerful model and a lower-end digital-only model. Microsoft officially revealed Project Scarlett earlier this year at E3 as a single next-gen console. It is expected to launch during the holiday season in 2020, which…