Xbox Series X/S second chance preorders coming on October 19


The Digital-Only Xbox Series S will be available for $499 AUD, while the standard, more powerful Xbox Series X console will be available for $749 AUD. Some of the accessories available are the new DualSense controller, a charging station, the PS5 camera, and the white Pulse 3D headset.

The PS5 is due for release on November 12 in the USA and Japan and November 19 in the United Kingdom and Europe, while Xbox Series X arrives worldwide on November 10. Developer Bungie announced today it will release the next-generation optimized version of Destiny 2 on December 8th. Some even speculated that having the two consoles compete against one another would mean awful news for the Xbox and allow Sony to dominate holiday console sales.

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GameSpot's very own Michael Higham has published his comprehensive Xbox Series X preview, so the Generation Next crew comb through it and discuss his impressions. Many of these deals end next week, so you've got plenty of time to save.

Microsoft, for its part, has been bolstering its efforts around messaging the impressive implementation of backwards compatibility on the Xbox Series X/S. Unsurprisingly, both Sony and Microsoft are delivering new information about their hot new platforms nearly daily, which means there's plenty for the Generation Next crew to discuss. "For us and PlayStation, I think that the manufacturing supply chain is going to dictate [market] share more than anything else". It also supports 120Hz FPS when playing multiplayer.

Phil Spencer, who is well known as the head and face of Xbox, said in a Kotaku interview that the company doesn't want to "take games away from another player base", instead saying that "We want more people to be able to play games".