Both Microsoft and PlayStation have finally released the full details of the their respective next-gen consoles, with the Xbox Series X expected to be the most powerful console of the lot.
Microsoft has confirmed the Xbox Series X will cost £449/$499 (the same price as the PS5) and will launch on 10 November, with preorders opening on 22 September.
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