Microsoft has planned to release Xbox Series X (the next-generation Xbox) during the last quarter of 2020. It is important that the code name of Xbox Series X was the Xbox Project Scarlett and officially announced at The Game Awards 2019. It seems the Xbox Series X will be a bit of a departure both design-wise and name-wise from its predecessors, sporting a blockier style similar to a small gaming PC. Microsoft is hosting 2-days of live streams on Mixer during the next week, with a dedicated slot set aside to talk about the new Xbox. It is still unclear when the company will entirely announce the console because the ESA has canceled the E3 2020 event.
Point to be noted that Xbox Series X will not be the only next-generation hardware on offer from the company. Microsoft has also confirmed that the next-generation family of consoles will be called Xbox. Series X is just one of the consoles within that family. PS5 from Sony is expected to launch in the same time slot window in 2020 as Series X. But, Microsoft is supposedly going to put up one heck of a fight in the next-gen console wars. Series X is apparently boasting twice the power of the Xbox One X. Rumors suggested the Xbox Series X release date between October and December 2020.
You can play Halo Infinite and Hellblade 2, and entire previous generations of Xbox console games will be covered by backward compatibility. We are still unable to find its price but expecting to be cheap. It is noteworthy that Microsoft previously launched its consoles in November. So, we are expecting the same launch period for Sony PS5. The Xbox boss, Phil Spencer said in an interview that Microsoft will take a different approach to release more information on Series X. There are 2 new Xbox consoles and their code names are Anaconda and Lockhart. Tech experts believe the coronavirus will delay the release date.