Microsoft confirmed the launch plans for its next-generation video game consoles on Wednesday, with pre-orders starting later this month.
The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S go on sale Nov. 10, with pre-orders starting Sept. 22.
The Series S, a digital-only box, will cost $299. The Series X, which uses traditional discs and features much higher-end specs, will run $499.
Microsoft also announced a subscription program that would give gamers a console and more than 100 games for $25 a month for the Series S and $35 a month for the Series X.
The Series S and the Series X consoles represent Microsoft's fourth generation of console, following 2001's Xbox, 2005's Xbox 360 and 2013's Xbox One.
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Microsoft's announcement will put more pressure on Sony, which is due to release the next-generation PS5 console but has not yet revealed pricing or release dates.