Xbox Series X: Microsoft launches a new, cheaper version without a disc drive

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Since the gradual disappearance of E3, the Summer Game Fest has managed to establish itself as the benchmark video game event in the middle of summer. In addition to a general conference whose aim is to present many new upcoming games, it is also an opportunity for various publishers to highlight their current projects. This is particularly the case for Microsoft, which made its presence known via a particularly exhaustive Xbox Games Showcase.

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This entirely digital conference was an opportunity for the manufacturer to announce numerous upcoming games, while providing news of projects already announced. On the program: a long trailer dedicated to the next Call of Duty, Black Ops 6, the reveal of a new Doom game, gameplay images from the remake of Metal Gear Solid 3 or even a humor-filled trailer for Fable.

Three new Xbox Series models to fit all budgets

Between all these announcements has slipped a new hardware side for Microsoft's home console. Xbox President Sarah Bond revealed the existence of three additional options Xbox Series X and Smore suitable for all types of budgets.

A more affordable version of the Xbox Series, white and exempt from its optical reader, was thus highlighted. Equipped with a capacity of 1 TB of internal storage, it will offer the same performance and the same capacities as the Series €549.99.

For the most greedy players, another black Xbox Series €649.99. Finally, a new Xbox Series S with 1 TB of storage and a white color is available for €349.99. As a reminder, the classic Xbox Series S with 512 GB of internal storage remains the least expensive version at €299.99.

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