Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox Series X will launch in November. The company announced the ETA in a press release on Tuesday after previously saying that the device will launch during ‘Holiday 2020′. Do note that Microsoft is yet to announce a specific date, but now at least. We know that it is coming in about three months’ time. It will be interesting to see. However, whether it will be available for purchase with immediate effect of if we’ll have to wait longer to get our hands on it.

Microsoft’s next console is coming in 2020, but Master Chief’s new adventure won’t be available until next year.

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In the interim, Microsoft and 343 Industries additionally reported that they will postpone the dispatch of ‘Radiance Infinite’ to 2021. The game was initially expected to be the leader’s first-party game for the pristine support. As indicated by Chris Lee, the Studio Head for Halo Infinite.

Meanwhile, the unavailability of Halo Infinite at launch doesn’t mean the console will suffer from a dearth of interesting new titles. Xbox Series X will launch with over 50 new games. Including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Dirt 5, Gears Tactics, Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Watch Dogs: Legion. There will also be a plethora of exclusive new games as part of the Xbox Game Pass. Including The Medium, Scorn, Tetris Effect: Connected, and more.

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In general, the comfort will have in excess of 100 titles at dispatch, including every single new symbol of 40 existing games. Enhanced to exploit propelled highlights like equipment quickened DirectX Ray Tracing.

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