Xbox Series X is the next-generation Xbox, releasing in late 2020. Previously known by its codename 'Xbox Project Scarlett', the Xbox Series X was officially revealed at The Game Awards 2019 with a trailer that showed off the next Xbox in all its glory.
We now know when the next Xbox will release, its official name, a few of the specs on offer, and what it's going to look like. Xbox Series X will be a bit of a departure both design-wise and name-wise from its predecessors, sporting a blockier style that's similar to that of a small gaming PC - with an upright tower design.
And, more importantly, the specs Microsoft has revealed so far suggest its going to be an absolute powerhouse.
But Xbox Series X will not be the only next-generation hardware on offer from Microsoft. The company has confirmed that the family of consoles will be called 'Xbox' and that 'Series X' is just one of the consoles within that family.
Sony's PS5 may be launching in the same late 2020 window as the Series X, but Microsoft looks like it's going to put up one heck of a fight in the next-generation console wars with the Series X boasting twice the power of the Xbox One X. Plus, Series X can take center stage at E3 2020 now that Sony has confirmed it won't be attending.
So what exactly has Microsoft got to offer? Let's break down everything we know about the Xbox Series X.