Microsoft is rumored to unveil its second next-generation Xbox console this month, and it appears that the cheaper platform will be called the Xbox Series S.
And earned Location (The Verge) on images of Microsoft’s new Xbox game console in white with the packaging indicating (Xbox Series S).
Nobody was Users Twitter is able to purchase the new console controller via a resale site, and the side of the packaging indicates that the arm works with both (Xbox Series X) and (Xbox Series S).
Microsoft has not officially revealed the Xbox Series S yet, and the company has not even confirmed the presence of a white Xbox Series X controller.
Last month, the Xbox Series X controller appeared online in white with the new D-pad and the new share button.
This new leak matches previous console arm leakage, and retail packaging suggests it may be in stores soon.
The Xbox Series S is likely to be Microsoft’s second-generation, cheaper Xbox, called Lockhart.
The Microsoft document, which was leaked again in June, further sheds light on the company’s plans for the two next-generation gaming platforms.
Microsoft’s Xbox Series X devkit, codenamed “Dante”, allows game developers to enable a special “Lockhart” mode that contains a performance profile that Microsoft wants to achieve with this second console.
The Lockhart console is expected to include 7.5 GB of usable RAM, about 4 teraflops of GPU performance, and it will ship with the same CPU as the Xbox Series X.
It is rumored that Microsoft will unveil the new, cheaper platform sometime in August.
And this platform is likely to play a big role for the company’s subscription plans (Xbox All Access), which include a console (Xbox Live) and (Xbox Game Pass Ultimate) for a monthly fee.