Will There Be An Xbox Between The Xbox Series S and Series X

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Will There Be An Xbox Between The Xbox Series S and Series X
Will There Be An Xbox Between The Xbox Series S and Series X

Since Microsoft had to reveal all after a leak of its Xbox Series S system, many wondered if there was going to be one in between the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. Surely, there’s not going to be a digital-only system that is nowhere near as powerful as the Xbox Series X. Many are wondering why the Xbox Series S was even necessary. This begs the question, will there be a console slightly stronger than the Xbox Series S yet weaker than the Xbox Series X?

Will There Be An Xbox Between The Xbox Series S and Series X?

The Xbox Series S itself is very impressive. It might be small, but it packs enough of a punch for people to immediately wonder if the smaller console could go toe-to-toe with the PlayStation 5. However, many are dismayed by the fact that purchasing the more affordable Xbox Series S console means it’s not truly the “disc-less” version of the next-generation console many were hoping it would be. Xbox fans are clamoring for Microsoft to develop a console as powerful as the Xbox One X but one that won’t run discs for a much affordable price.

Fortunately, it looks like gamers may get their wish as a Twitter leak has revealed a console between the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. It may be the disc-less, yet equally powerful, counterpart to the Xbox Series X. Many gamers are perfectly okay with owning a console without discs. Moving to a digital-only format is good for those who don’t want to manage a disc but not for those who love padding their gaming room shelves full of games. While there isn’t any official confirmation from Microsoft yet about this supposed “Xbox Series V,” many are hoping it does exist. How would you feel about a disc-less equivalent of the Xbox Series X?

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Michael Langdon
I write about video games, television, movies and the internet.

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