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Series S pre orders sold out in Japan


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Phil also says more Japanese players have been playing Xbox more than ever due to GamePass 

 

Alex Aniel

@cvxfreak

And now finally, Xbox Series S has sold out in Japan. Can't wait to see the initial sales numbers. Gotta be higher than Xbox One even in the worst case scenario. That one debuted at a meager 25,000 units.

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11 minutes ago, JONBpc said:

Its the series X with a weaker GPU and less ram. It will play the same games as Series X at a lower resolution.

 

is the series X the next gen version?  Or is that the current gen version?

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8 minutes ago, kokujin said:

 

is the series X the next gen version?  Or is that the current gen version?

The Series S and Series X are both next gen. Series X targets 4k 60 to 120fps and the Series S targets 1080p/1440p 60 to 120fps

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If you dont care about resolution ( like the cows and sheep ) the series s will be outputting MUCH higher than switch and higher than most PS4 pro games. 

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3 hours ago, JonbX said:

If you dont care about resolution ( like the cows and sheep ) the series s will be outputting MUCH higher than switch and higher than most PS4 pro games. 

this is the same GPU that's supposed to play and run all NEXT gen (albiet at 1440p max)??  You believe that?

 

If so, $299 is shaaaang impressive for a next gen console. That's some Gamecube thankin.  I bet you're excited. 

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