Microsoft has revealed the name for its new games console – Xbox Series X. The machine, previously known as 'Project Scarlett' is set to release 'Holiday 2020'.

The specifications of the machine were revealed earlier this year, including its custom AMD Zen 2 processor, capable of delivering visuals at 4K resolution and at 60 frames per second, with the possibility of 120fps rates and supporting 8K displays. The machine features a solid-state drive to allow for faster loading times. According to Microsoft, it can be stood vertically or horizontally. The Xbox Series X is also set to offer backwards compatibility with Xbox One and previous Xbox machines.
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No official release date has been given beyond the Holiday 2020 announcement, the same period that Sony is set to launch its competing PlayStation 5 machine.