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The platform holder opened Xbox Series X and S pre-orders on September 22 in markets including the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Xbox Series X is being positioned as the most powerful of the next-generation consoles, with Series S offering many of the same features including an SSD and ray-tracing.
“When Xbox Series X and Series S launches this November, it will herald a new generation of game experiences,” head of Xbox Phil Spencer wrote on Xbox.com this month. “Optimized games for Xbox Series X and Series S coming this year are built to take full advantage of our fastest consoles ever.
“On day one you will be the first to enjoy next-gen versions of the most anticipated games of the year such as Gears Tactics, Tetris Effect: Connected and Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs: Legion.”
Spencer added: “Xbox Series S is designed around the same technology that will make these games and so many others look and feel incredible.
“In speaking to game developers, we identified the areas that are most difficult to scale effectively, including the CPU and I/O, and made it easy to include Xbox Series S for developers who are targeting their experiences for Xbox Series X.”
Xbox rival Sony has promised more PlayStation 5 stock will be made available to retailers imminently following a poorly handled pre-order launch operation last week.