Xbox has had a its Series S version of its next gen console launch leaked along with the price of both the Series S and Series X. With validation from both Brad Sams, a credible Xbox insider, and Windows Central, the leaks seem to be quite official.
The consoles have a reported launch date of November 10th. The Series S is reported to launch at $299 with an All Access price $25/month and the Series X is supposed to launch with a $499 price tag and a $35/month All Access option.
More info: Xbox Series S and X price is here, along with the firm launch date. https://t.co/E6ZlPklMR6
— jez (@JezCorden) September 8, 2020
The leaks started off a busy night of Twitter posts. Brad Sams initially posted an article of the Xbox Series S design and price, which was shortly followed by a video clip of the Xbox Series S and Series X size comparison leaked by twitter user @_h0x0d_. The short four second clip shows off what looks to be an official marketing video of the size comparison between the Series S and Series X. The information was confirmed shortly after by Jez Corden from Windows Central giving greater credence to the validity of the leaks.
These leaks are following a string of leaks from previous months that confirmed the existence of the Series S from Xbox controller packaging.