Hot off of the rumors comes the official reveal.
Xbox Series S

Late in the day on Monday, Brad Sams leaked the Xbox Series S, aka: Lockhart. It did not take long for Microsoft to confirm the leak. The Xbox Series S is real and it's looking to be released on November 10 at at price of just $299.

Though Microsoft only confirmed the existence of the Xbox Series S, details were scarce. Well, that is until other leakers then leaked the full reveal video ahead of Microsoft. Microsoft then went ahead and released their official Xbox Series S trailer. With that said, let's get into some of the details that we know.

Series S will include a custom 512GB NVME SSD. It is all-digital with no disc drive. It will be capable of playing games at 1440p at a staggering 120fps. It, like its big brother the Series X, also features DirectX raytracing support. It also features 4K upscaling of titles, and is the smallest Xbox released to date. It also features the same CPU and GPU architecture as the Series X, along with featuring the same machine learning capabilities of the Series X.