Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S News Coming Before TGS 2020, According to Insider

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S News Coming Before TGS 2020, According to Insider - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 01 September 2020 / 2,682 Views

Now that we are in September the next-generation consoles are right around the corner with the Xbox Series X officially launching in November 2020 and the PlayStation 5 in Holiday 2020. Earlier today the Tokyo Game Show 2020 live stream schedule was revealed and it will be starting with Microsoft showcasing games coming to the Xbox consoles on September 24. 

Industry insider Klobrille says there will be "relevant Xbox news earlier" than the Tokyo Game Show 2020 event. In a later tweet, he mentioned the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S by saying "Xbox Series X|S."

The Xbox Series S has yet to be announced by Microsoft, however, there has been evidence for its existence

This should be treated as a rumor until an official announcement is made by Microsoft.

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Jranation (on 01 September 2020)

Why do I feel like I hear the same news every week? Is there like a Xbox Reveal every week? Or is this like a Nintendo direct rumor thing which people keep making up

VAMatt (on 01 September 2020)

"Leakers" tweet some bullshit that seems like maybe it could be true, and it makes news.

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DonFerrari (on 01 September 2020)

Of course there will, there are news about the consoles at least twice a week.

Cerebralbore101 (on 01 September 2020)

Who is Klobrille? And why should I give him any credibility?

shikamaru317 (on 01 September 2020)

So, Xbox Series S reveal and S|X pricing event early in the month, where they may show a few games. Then the TGS show at the end of the month which is apparently 50 minutes long, longer than the May show where 13 games were shown.