Category:Xbox Series X/S games/en

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About this page and the Xbox Series X/S game console

The Xbox Series X/S Xbox Series X and Xbox Series X/S Xbox Series S are the fourth generation consoles in the Xbox series. Released on November 10, 2020, the higher-end Xbox Series X and lower-end Xbox Series S are part of the ninth generation of video game consoles, which also includes Sony's PlayStation 5 PlayStation 5, released the same month. They superseded the Xbox One.

This category page lists the following games that either have been officially released or ported to the Xbox Series X/S gaming console. For the Wikipedia article about the Xbox Series X and Series S, which have more information about it's history, sales, and more, click here.

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Unrelated court documents from the 2022 Wikipedia icon FTC case against Microsoft includes plans for mid-generation console refreshes planned in 2024. The updated Xbox Series X (codenamed "Brooklin") would feature a cylindrical design that draws less power, 2TB of internal storage and improved Wi-Fi. The Series S redesign, codenamed "Ellewood", would retain the same design, reduced power, and 1 TB of storage. Both console refreshes are to ship with a new Xbox controller.

Hardware Specifications

Xbox Series X/S
Hardware Specifications
Operating system (OS) Xbox system software with Hyper-V
Note.pngNote:Initially based off Windows Windows 10 at launch, later upgraded to Windows Windows 11 core in Aug 2021.
Processor (CPU) Custom AMD 8-core Zen 2
@ 3.8 GHz, 3.6 GHz with SMT (Series X)
@ 3.6 GHz, 3.4 GHz with SMT (Series S)
System memory (RAM) 10 GB/320-bit & 6 GB/192-bit (16 GB total) (Series X)
8 GB/128-bit & 2 GB/32-bit (10 GB total) (Series S)
Both consoles uses GDDR6 SDRAM
Storage Hard Drive: WD SN530 NVMe SSD w/ custom ASIC supporting PCIe 4.0 x2
1 TB (Series X)
512 GB (Series S - Robot White) / 1 TB (Series S - Carbon Black)
Disc Drive:
Ultra HD Blu-ray-compatible optical drive (excludes the Xbox Series S)
Video card (GPU) Custom AMD Radeon RDNA 2
52 CUs @ 1.825 GHz, 12.16 TFLOPS - Series X
20 CUs @ 1.565 GHz, 4.01 TFLOPS - Series S
Sound (audio device) 7.1 surround sound, Custom Project Acoustics 3-D Audio, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X
HDMI version 

See the Wikipedia icon Wikipedia page more information about both Xbox Series models (and it's revisions) specs, along with comparison between both models.

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