Xbox Series X Pre-order/InStock/Availability Tracker

Last Update: January 18th, 2020

The Microsoft Xbox Series X (Also known as Xbox Projector Scarlett) is an upcoming game console firstly announced at E3 2019 on June 9th to compete with upcoming Sony PS5. Xbox Series X will be twice powerful than Xbox One X. Microsoft revealed the name and console design on stage at the Game Awards on December 12th, 2019. The release date for Xbox Series X is in late 2020. Here is a pre-order & in stock & availability tracker for Xbox Series X.

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Xbox Series X specs and release date

With only a sizzle reel to go by, we don’t yet know what the Xbox Series X will look like, let alone if it’ll eventually be named the Xbox Two. But we do have a good idea of its internal hardware, and the Xbox Series X specs are already sounding quite special.

Using custom-designed processor from AMD making use of Zen 2 and Navi architecture, Xbox Project Scarlett will be 4x more powerful than the Xbox One X. It’ll be possible of running games at 120Hz frame rates, at potential 8K resolutions, while also showcasing fancy real-time ray-tracing tech. It’s the works.

An SSD will come as standard, as with the PS5, which will give it the option of using its storage system as virtual RAM, as well as lifting load time performance by a factor of 40x. That’ll let developers stream in far more detailed worlds around a player. In terms of ‘standard’ RAM, the console will pack in a meaty GDDR6.

It’s also likely that the new Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 that is available for pre-order right now and launching November 4 of this year will be the controller for this upcoming console. That could just be wishful thinking, but with the hyperbolic language surrounding this announcement, we would expect nothing less.

Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite will be a Series X exclusive. (Image Credit: Microsoft)

Halo Infinite will be a launch title, bringing back the Master Chief, but you wont be wanting for games to play at launch. Xbox Series X will be capable of three generations of backwards compatibility. So, as well as Scarlett-era games, it’ll also play games from the Xbox One, the Xbox 360, and the very first generation of the Xbox.

Expect to see the Xbox Series X console launch in the ‘holiday’ window of 2020.