The first unofficial Xbox Series X unboxing video has been published, showing players what to expect when they get their hands on retail units in just under a month.
The unboxing video above reveals how Microsoft has chosen to package its high-end next-gen console ahead of its November 10 release.
A new picture showing Xbox Series X retail units stacked in a warehouse has also been published on Reddit.
UPDATE 23/10/20: A second unofficial Xbox Series X unboxing video has been posted online, while Xbox Series X/S consoles have been pictured starting to arrive at Target stores in the US.
ORIGINAL STORY CONTINUES: Microsoft launched pre-orders for Xbox Series X and the cheaper Xbox Series on September 22. Initial stock was snapped up fairly quickly, with some retailers later informing players they might not receive their console on the day of release.
Microsoft has said it plans to make more Xbox Series X and S consoles available on launch day after “record-breaking” demand for the next-gen systems.
The platform holder has sent Xbox Series X preview units to some media outlets to provide early impressions of features including backward compatibility and loading times.
Microsoft launched its Xbox Series X/S marketing campaign, titled ‘Power Your Dreams’, last week. The debut trailer aired for the first time during Sunday Night Football on October 11 when the Minnesota Vikings faced the Seattle Seahawks.