We've seen plenty of images that show off the next console from Microsoft, and while those are great, it just isn't the same as a photo of something that isn't under the best lighting and isn't made to look impossibly perfect. That said, some new photos of the Xbox Series X show off the console in the wild under real lighting in the actual world.
The images come from the Xperion e-arena in Germany, thanks to KeemaMr on Twitter (via TechRadar), who recently shared them on the social media site. In said images, we can see the Xbox Series X in all its glory behind sealed glass. The brutalist design is unmistakable, and while the tower is sure to note that it is a prototype, this is possibly the best look yet at the future console that gives fans an idea as to what it might look like in their gaming space.
Xbox Series X was exhibited at the Xperion e-arena in Saturn (Germany) pic.twitter.com/xiMvia1FnX— Mr..Keema (@KeemaMr) August 17, 2020
It's hard to size the console up given the fact that nothing else is around to compare it to in terms of size, but Microsoft has already provided gamers with the official specs, including dimensions. It's a pretty beefy console, but with great power comes great size. In any case, with the launch of the Xbox Series X approaching in the relatively near future, it's only a matter of time before we start seeing even more photos of the console out in the wild.
The Xbox Series X is currently slated to launch at some point in November, with a reported price of $599. Seeing as that is only a few months away, we are likely going to learn more in the very near future. If it's more Xbox Series X goodness you are after, be sure to check out our game hub.
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What do you think about all of this? Excited to see images of the Xbox Series X that aren't under studio lighting, digitally altered or rendered altogether, and just look like a console chilling out in the real world? Sound off with your thoughts over on our Twitter @PrimaGames!