The moment everyone has been waiting for is here. Or almost here. After more than a year of rumors, teases, and speculation, Microsoft has finally announced when you can preorder the next Xbox.
Or, rather, the next Xboxes.
There is the flagship Xbox Series X, and the newly announced Xbox Series S.
The higher end model will cost you $499, which is $200 more than the $299 the Xbox Series S costs. You can preorder the consoles beginning on September 22, with launch day now firmly set in stone for November 10.
Alongside the preorder kick off on September 22, Redmond has also confirmed that Game Pass for PC and the Xbox app will become generally available on September 17.
And with the Xbox All Access, which is now available in a wholesome 12 countries, buyers can also get their hands on these new units for a low monthly cost that also includes access to a range of titles that they can play.
The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate itself has a $14.99 value.
But starting at $24.99 a month for Xbox Series S, you can get in on the next generation Xbox console for an extreme amount of value. The more powerful Xbox Series X costs a bit more at $34.99 a month, but that still is mighty impressive for what you are getting.
A new era beckons!