Xbox Series X Leaked Controller Package Hints at a November 6 Release Date
According to the details revealed via the package of a white Xbox Series X controller, the console could launch in November 6.
Now that Microsoft has officially confirmed Xbox Series X will be released in November, we’d better search for a clue guiding us to the exact day of launch, which could probably be the 6th of November, thanks to the details leaked by an Xbox Series X controller package.
Yesterday, Xbox fans experienced a bitter-sweet moment with some good and bad news arriving towards the next-gen plans of Microsoft. While the company has decided to push back the release date of Halo Infinite until next year, they also revealed a more precise launch window for Series X rather than Holiday 2020.
Recently, some leaked images from the unboxing of a white next-gen Xbox controller ignited a lot of rumors around Series X, and it’s little brother, Xbox Series S, which is yet to be announced, based on reports. It was officially mentioned at one side of the box that the next-gen controller is compatible with Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S Xbox One, Windows, Android, and iOS.
Taking a look at the guarantee details of the controller, provided even more information about the next-gen Xbox and its launch date which would possibly be November 6.
Xbox Series X may launch on November 6th. A tipster tells me boxes of the new controllers have a do not open date of November 6th on them. These controllers leaked earlier this week https://t.co/oyhlbg2SKo pic.twitter.com/dq096shN7L
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) August 11, 2020
Now, a new image has been leaked again from another unboxed controller package, warning the receiver of the product not to sell or display it until November 6. So, I think it’s safe to say that something important is going to happen earlier in November.
It seems a considerable number of next-gen Xbox controllers have already been shipped to Chicago as more new images are being leaked from the people living there.
Microsoft hasn’t reacted to the appearance of Series X controllers at some retailers around the US yet, but they’ve told The Verge that there’s much to share about the Xbox plans for the future in 2020. There might be a new online event later this month to share more new details about the next-gen Xbox console(s) and upcoming games.