Microsoft Unveils Series X Lineup

The Microsoft Company is working towards an innovative & revolutionary year in its historical operations. Their 1st notable announcement in 2020 pertained to the Surface Series Lineup, which combines a variety of tablets and laptops with premium components for retail sale. Microsoft has begun moving towards releasing information on the Xbox Series X, which in their next console slated for release in Holiday 2020. Getting players excited for what’s to come, Microsoft unveiled a series of titles that’ll be available at launch for the Series X.

Those considering purchasing one of these consoles in 2020 will find it challenging. Manufacturing of the Series X has been limited amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic, forcing limited quantities when releasing to North American and European consumers this holiday season. Individuals lucky enough to obtain a Series X when released will receive an immediate hardware boost. There’ll be 4K 120FPS Support, with Direct Cloud Storage Support. Ray-Tracing is enabled, and faster loading times are prompted with enhanced LRDD4 RAM.

Thirteen new titles were unveiled by Microsoft with their teaser video, with some notable developers including Deep Silver and Ubisoft. These games are being exclusively optimized for the Xbox Series X but will also be available on previous generation cycles. This means consumers can select to purchase these titles for their Xbox One or PlayStation Four. It should be noted that hundreds of other games will be revealed with Microsoft unveils the Xbox Game Studios.

Games & Release Date

Those available games releasing on launch date include Assassin’s Creed Valhalla from Ubisoft, Madden NFL 21 from Electronic Arts, Second Extinction from Systematic Reaction, and DIRT Five from Ubisoft. Additional titles being released on launch date include Scorn, Scarlett Nexus, The Medium, The Ascent, Call of the Sea, Bright Memory Infinite, Vampire: The Masquerade, Chorus and Yakuza Six.

Microsoft hasn’t provided an official release date for the Series X. Multiple analysts anticipate that significant delays are following for Microsoft’s manufacturing facilities, which could postpone the launch in Q1 2021. It’d mark the 1st time in Microsoft’s history that they delayed the start of an updated console because of limiting manufacturing capabilities. However, all corporations are dealing with the after-effects associated with COVID-19.