Microsoft Unboxes the Xbox Series X and Series S in New Videos

November 9, 2020

This week is an exciting one for fans of gaming with the debut of both Microsoft and Sony’s next-gen consoles. The Xbox Series X and Series S are kicking things off with their launch tomorrow, November 10, and if you can’t wait to get your hands on either of the consoles, you can tide over the wait with a pair of unboxing videos for both consoles.

Ahead of the systems’ launches worldwide, Microsoft has shared two new videos giving an official look at unboxing both the Xbox Series X and Series S. The videos each feature a deep dive into what is inside the packaging for the Series X and Series S, how to set up the systems, and up-close shots of the consoles in detail.

You can check out the unboxing videos for both the Series X and Series S below:

Microsoft has made both the Series X and Series S available to press, influencers, and content creators for review for the past several weeks, so you can likely also find hundreds (if not thousands) of other unboxing videos online across YouTube, Twitter, and elsewhere. However, with these videos being officially produced by Microsoft, these are likely to give some of the best looks at what it will be like to unbox the consoles for yourself later this week.

We have been able to go hands-on with the Xbox Series X ourselves in the past few weeks and shared our official review for the console ahead of its launch. Overall, the Series X is a solid upgrade with a lot of potential, even if its launch lineup might leave something to desire. We’ll also have our impressions of the Series S with a review once we have our hands on the system in the near future.

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The Xbox Series X and Series S will both launch worldwide on November 10, 2020.

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Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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