Xbox Series S: Microsoft confirms £249 price and November launch for console after leak

The smallest-ever Xbox console will be digital-only and is a way to play next-generation games for much cheaper than the Series X.

Microsoft has officially confirmed the name and price of its smaller and cheaper next-generation Xbox console, following a series of leaks hinting that such a product was in the pipeline.

The Xbox Series S will be available for £249 ($299 in the US) and won’t have a disc drive, instead depending on users purchasing and downloading or streaming games over the internet.

According to Windows Central, the console could also be available within a $25 a month plan (UK price is unavailable) known as Xbox All Access, which will include Xbox Live and Game Pass – a subscription service offering a library of games to download or stream.

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