First look at Xbox Series X console revealed at The Game Awards


And, while we didn't get to hear about almost all of these games, we did get a freakish trailer for Hellblade II Senua's Saga. Its industrial design enables us to deliver four times the processing power of Xbox One X in the most quiet and efficient way, something that is critically important in delivering truly immersive gameplay.

At The Game Awards this evening, Xbox head Phil Spencer took the stage to reveal the name and a more official look at the next Xbox console: the Xbox Series X.

It's understood that Microsoft still intends on releasing a second, cheaper, and less powerful console alongside the Series X. Next holiday, Xbox Series X will lead us into the future of console gaming.

Alongside Xbox Series X, we also unveiled the new Xbox Wireless Controller.

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Spencer notes that the console will support 4k games at 60FPS with a possibility of support up to 120 FPS including support for Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), and 8K capability.

While the company still has many secrets to reveal, including actual raw performance, price, release date, and more, this was a surprise unveiling of the console and comes much earlier than many expected.

Developer Ninja Theory served up a quick, in-engine look at the new game it announced in conjunction with Microsoft's big reveal: Senua's Saga: Hellblade II (the sequel to 2017's Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice). The new Xbox Wireless Controller has a Share button and an upgraded d-pad "derived from the Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller".

Microsoft designed the new console for a future that revolves around the cloud, the company explains. "Developers around the globe are already hard at work building games for Xbox Series X. Our 15 Xbox Game Studios are developing the largest and most creatively diverse lineup of exclusive games in our history".