Xbox Series X and Series S pre-order time revealed: Get first in line at GAME


Xbox Series X and Series S pre-order time revealed: Get first in line at GAME

and Series S fans have been told the exact time they’ll have to be at their computers to grab a pre-order for one of Microsoft’s next-gen offerings. This week Microsoft confirmed the pricing, release date and when pre-orders will open for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Both next-gen Xbox consoles have a global release date of November 10, with pre-orders launching on September 22.

The Xbox Series X is priced at £449, while the Xbox Series S is available for a budget-friendly £249.

And now major high-street retailer GAME has announced the exact time that they will be taking pre-orders for the Xbox Series S and Series X from.

As highlighted in a post on Reddit, pre-orders for the next-gen Xbox will begin at 8am BST on Tuesday September 22 at GAME.

Announcing the pre-order start time, a message from GAME said: “The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, both launch on 10th November, with pre-orders starting at 8am on 22nd September.”

If you’re wondering what are the key differences between the Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S, then check out the specs comparison chart in this article.

Both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S feature a fast CPU, boast a solid state hard-drive (a first for consoles) and will play next-gen games.

The main difference is the Xbox Series S is built for 1440p gaming, with the Series X perfect for 4K gaming and capable of up to 8K.

And the Xbox Series X features a more powerful GPU, capable of 12 teraflops while the Series S is able to handle 4 TFs.

On launch day there will be a number of games available to play for the Xbox Series X and Series X.

Here are the confirmed launch games for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S so far…

• Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

• Destiny 2: Beyond Light

• DIRT 5

• Gears Tactics

• Tetris Effect: Connected

• Watch Dogs: Legion

• Yakuza: Like A Dragon

While Microsoft has also confirmed a number of first-party games that will be heading to the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

These titles include Halo Infinite, Everwild, Avowed, State of Decay 3, Forza Motorsport, Fable and Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2.

While here is a list of other games heading to the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S…

• CrossfireX

• Scorn

• The Medium

• Psychonauts 2

• As Dusk Falls


• S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2

• The Gunk

• Project MARA

• Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis

• ExoMecha

• Bright Memory Infinite

• Warhammer 40,000: Darktide

• Hello Neighbour 2

The Xbox Series X and Series S launch plans were revealed earlier this week in a blog post penned by Xbox boss Phil Spencer.

In it Spencer wrote: “Now more than ever, gaming plays an important role in our lives. As one of the greatest forms of creative expression, gaming sparks in our imagination and connects us to new worlds, stories, and our friends.

“On November 10, a new generation of console gaming begins. That’s when our vision becomes reality with the most performant, immersive and compatible next-generation console gaming experiences, and the freedom to play your games with your friends, anytime, anywhere.”

Spencer also confirmed that the Xbox Series X and Series S will be available to purchase via monthly Xbox All Access prices plans.

These prices plans last for 24 months, with the Series S programme costing £20.99 a month and the Series X plan priced at £28.99.

This will give you a shiny new next-gen console as well as access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – which offers Game Pass’s library of over 100 games as well as online multiplayer gaming via Xbox Live Gold.

Another big announcement Spencer made is that EA Play is being added to Xbox Game Pass at no extra cost, further increasing the value of this incredible scheme.

More than 60 EA games such as FIFA 20, Burnout Paradise Remastered and Need for Speed Heat will be playable thanks to the addition of EA Play.

Published at Fri, 11 Sep 2020 12:03:05 +0000


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