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Xbox Series X launch is less than a month away, and the first unboxing is already online

It seems as though some lucky folk already have their hands on an Xbox Series X retail unit, posting an unboxing on YouTube, which you can watch below.

In less than a month, gamers will have their hands on the next generation of Xbox. That is, of course, if they’ve managed to get their hands on a Xbox Series X pre-order: they’ve not been easy to lock away.

The release of both the Series X and Series S will herald in a new generation for the Xbox brand, some seven years since the release of the Xbox One. In that time, the brand has gone through an astounding transformation, led by the much-loved Phil Spencer. The history of the Xbox One isn’t an overly positive one, but its current state has led into a Series X console that is set up for success.

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Both consoles look to over-supply on the power front, although at different levels and varying degrees of power and output. The Xbox Series X vs Series S comparison are in no short supply, but if you truly want the full “next-gen” experience then the Series X probably looks the way to go.

There’s countless Xbox Series X hands-on previews out in the wild already, with review units probably on their way to media outlets as we speak. We can likely expect a lot more news in the coming weeks leading into the console’s November 10 launch.

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It seems as though some lucky folk already have their hands on an Xbox Series X retail unit, posting an unboxing on YouTube, which you can watch below.

Sure, it certainly ain’t the most refined, crisp, or influencer-worthy level of quality, but it nonetheless gives us a look at the opening of the next-gen Xbox Series X console ahead of its release.

The new generation of console is fast approaching, with fans clamouring to get their hands on pre-orders ahead of the November 10 release of the Xbox Series X and Series S.

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The power of the Series X and its little brother in the Series S has been the driving force of much conjecture within the gaming industry and among gamers, with a lot of the focus on Microsoft’s claim for 120 FPS as well as the potential for 8K gaming.

Check out the full range of Xbox Series X 120 FPS games to get a taste of what to look forward to in the coming months.

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