Of course, since June, Microsoft has announced plenty more info about its rival consoles, the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. The whole of Twitter has been arguing about whether or not the marketing is confusing which, to me, is a fairly good indication that it IS confusing but heres the basic info: The Xbox Series S is an entry level version of the new Xbox that will cost £249. It has no disc drive and cannot play games in 4K. The Xbox Series X will cost £449 and outputs in 4K, and has a...

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