Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s flagship next-generation console, targeting a 4K baseline, with support for up 120Hz refresh rates across select titles, ray tracing, and more. Cutting-edge hardware includes an AMD Zen 2-based CPU four times more powerful than its Xbox One X counterpart, flanked by an AMD Navi-based GPU and high-speed solid-state drive (SSD) for storage.

Framed as the most powerful Xbox console to date, it pushes the Xbox family head to head with the PlayStation 5. Xbox Series X launched alongside Xbox Series S in November 2020, retailing for $499 in the U.S.