The Xbox Series S is officially one of Microsoft’s worst-kept secrets ever. Someone managed to get his hands on the company’s next-gen controller early, and according to the manual, it’s compatible with both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, which confirms that all of those previous rumors about a weaker console are true. Naturally, the documentation doesn’t reveal anything about the Series S’s specs, but this is cool news for Xbox fans who want to jump into the upcoming console generation at a lower cost.
Xbox series X controller found in the wild!! pic.twitter.com/TEns4z45CB— Zak S (@zakk_exe) August 9, 2020
According to The Verge, the Xbox Series S will feature a 4-teraflop GPU and 7.5 GB of RAM. It’ll also supposedly utilize the same CPU as the one found in the powerful Xbox Series X – a surprise to be sure, but a welcome one.
Rumors suggest that Microsoft will reveal the console later this month. This is a complete guess on our part, but we’re expecting it to cost somewhere around $249 or $300.