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Lauching November 10, 2020 worldwide, the fourth generation of Microsoft's Xbox console family, the Xbox Series X, seeks to take what made the previous Xbox One video game system a success and improve on those features. As part of the ninth generation of gaming consoles, the Xbox Series X's competition are Sony's PlayStation 5 and the Nintendo Switch.
While the Xbox One was focused on being an "all-in-one entertainment system," the Series X has put a greater emphasis on gaming, boasting four generation backwards compatibilty with not just being able to play most of the Xbox One's gaming library, but with previously compatible original Xbox and Xbox 360 titles as well. Other perks include Smart Delivery, where you automatically get an optomized version of certain Xbox One/Series X games, and games built the the Xbox Series X|S development kit, which boast reduced loading times, high visual fidenlity, and framerate up to 120FPS.
Currently, there are two versions of the Xbox Series X ready to launch - the standard Xbox Series X model, which can play games both digitally and on-disc, and the smaller, all-digital Xbox Series S model.
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