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Microsoft’s Xbox Series X entire briefing leaks online

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A gigantic new Xbox leak has emerged online this week, revealing the entire Xbox Series X 2020 briefing. Not only Microsoft revealed the Xbox Series S, but also it was bound to announce a release date along with the pricing of the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X a week before. 

Phil Spencer confirmed this week that it was initially planned to reveal all of this next week, yet, leaks compelled Microsoft to reveal everything before the intended time. Spencer stated that-“I know it’s been a wait for price, date, pre-order date. Thanks to the community for their support and encouragement. Great to see the reactions, really proud of how the team handled the unscripted announce (was supposed to be next week but oh well…). Can’t wait for launch.”

The entire briefing which got leaked is divided into four parts by Twitter user Walking Cat @_h0x0d_ on September 12. Here you can see the head of Xbox- Phil Spencer, head of platform engineering and hardware- Liz Hamren, and head of Xbox partnerships and ecosystems- Sarah Bond, interviewed by Cindy Walker, senior director of Xbox platform marketing.


Microsoft’s next-gen console is going to release on November 10 worldwide. Xbox Series X will cost $500 and Xbox Series S will cost $300. As all the briefing leaked online so, there was nothing new to know about the Xbox Series X|S in the official Microsoft’s briefing.

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Saahil Shaw
Saahil Shaw
A Computer Science Engineer by profession and a blogger by choice. Blogging is my hobby and gaming is my life


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