Update – Not Real | First 360 degree look at Xbox Series X shown at AMD CES Conference

Keshav Bhat

UPDATE: Microsoft has issued a statement saying AMD did not have an official 3D render of the Xbox Series X, but instead sourced a fan made one for their promo video.

Here’s Microsoft’s statement:

Someone at AMD made a big mistake…

Original Story:

AMD hosted their annual press conference highlighting what’s coming from them in 2020 during the CES Show in Las Vegas.

As part of the conference, their video had a brief 360 degree look at the all new Xbox Series X console, which revealed the back of the console including the ports. The back features two USB C ports and two HDMI ports, first spotted by Polygon.

The new Xbox Series X is set to launch in Holiday 2020. The console was first announced back during The Game Awards in December. Xbox has not announced a price for the new console yet.

Xbox’s Head Phil Spencer also updated his social picture to a picture of the processor of the Xbox Series X.

We’ll keep you updated on all things Xbox Series X.

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