Xbox Series X Unboxing Video Leaks, and as You'd Expect, Someone Takes It Out of a Box
Xbox Series Box
We’re a month away from being able to jump onto the next-generation Xbox Series X / S and experience the Quick Resume feature alongside other fancy features such as ray-tracing and more. While the console itself has been passed around by people in the industry the last week or so, it seems as if the first unboxing video has been leaked.
Earlier today, Daniel Ahmad shared an image someone had taken of the Xbox Series X consoles that have arrived at warehouses and ready to ship to stores ahead of the November 10 release date.
— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) October 12, 2020
However, a video has surfaced from “Willy Crow” that shows someone unboxing the console from start to finish, including pulling the tape off and more. The leak seems legitimate although a bit odd? The desk area the unboxing takes place seems to be a streamer set-up styled area with decent lighting. It would have made sense to have done an unboxing video properly rather than through a vertical mobile recording. Eh, each to their own.
The video is still online at the time of writing this, and I suppose there’s a chance Microsoft may get it taken down at some point. Either way, the video, if it’s to be believed, shows the Xbox Series X console coming packaged inside in a neat way, instructions on how to set it up, cables, a controller that seems to also come with batteries included.
The consoles recently got a brand new trailer with its marketing phrase, “Power Your Dreams.” There’s also the Xbox Series S on the way, which if you’re wondering what’s the difference between the two, we have a brief guide.
The Xbox Series X / S is to be launching on November 10, 2020.