A souped-up version of the Xbox Series X has been rumored on the web. This anticipated console would be even more powerful in an effort to compete with the PlayStation 5. Concept Creator, Phone Industry, and LetsGoDigital collaborated to produce these slick concept images.
The Xbox was first released in 2001 as Microsoft’s entry into the gaming console market. It was initially met with mixed reactions, but later became one of the most popular gaming consoles available. The Xbox was discontinued in 2005, but a new version, the Xbox 360, was released in 2005. The Xbox 360 was much more successful than its predecessor and remained popular until it was discontinued in 2013. In late 2019, Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X, the latest version of the Xbox console.
Now, rumors of a souped-up version have emerged, however, there haven’t been any announcements regarding an Xbox Elite console from Microsoft. And the Elite branding is already used by Microsoft on its high-performance Xbox Elite controllers.
The gadget has a classic Xbox appearance, with bright green lights emulating previous versions. However, the new console retains some of the boxy vented appearances of its predecessor. The exterior features a disc slot, an eject button, and four USB connections.
The Xbox One X has a flatter design than the Xbox One S, making it simpler to fit in a television cabinet. There are also two more USB ports on the back, an HDMI slot, and options for the power cable, ethernet, and storage expansion.
Microsoft previously upgraded consoles halfway through a generation. The Xbox One S and the Xbox One X were released long after the original Xbox One debuted.
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In any case, getting your hands on a regular Xbox Series X may be just as difficult as obtaining an imaginary Xbox Elite. Since their introduction in November, the Xbox Series X and PS5 have been largely sold out. So for many desperate gamers, they are practically non-existent.