Xbox Series X Price and Release Date Announced! PS5 Game Box Arts Get Leaked


If you think the competition between Xbox and PlayStation won’t get more serious, here’s the day to change that. On Sept. 8, Microsoft released a teaser trailer of the Xbox Series S, coming on Nov. 10. A new update from the game Assassin’s Creed exposes that Xbox Series X will also be launched on the same date and the game. 

To be fair, Xbox’s rival, Sony has also reportedly leaked images of its game box arts on Amazon Australia. Which side are you more excited about?

The image above is one of the reportedly ‘leaked’ upcoming PS5 game box art. It was captured from the Amazon Australia page.

Aside from the Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, other games were also released rumoredly by the company. It includes box arts for the Demon’s Souls remake, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Destruction All-Stars, Gran Turismo 7, and Returnal. 

All thanks to the news aggregation account Nibellion that first saw about the page.

Of course, these images were not yet confirmed by Sony. However, Nibellion said that some of the cases were not yet finalized, suggesting leaked arts were actually real. 

Interestingly, the refined designs of the games were not just the eye-catching info found in the boxes. Tech Radar reported that some netizens also found the release date of PS5, which is on Nov. 19. 

Again, we don’t know if this info is legitimate or not. Or if Sony wants to hook us up for their console. 

Speaking of release dates, Sony’s rival Xbox had started its major announcements on Tuesday, Sept. 8.

Xbox Series S released its teaser trailer, with the announcement of a price of $299 and its first appearance in public. But that doesn’t stop there.

Xbox Series X is also coming on the same release date. Alongside the famous Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

Surprisingly, on Wednesday, Sept. 9, Microsoft also announced the new console’s prices and pre-order dates. 

Starting on Sept. 22, pre-orders for Xbox Series X will be open for a price of $499. 

“Xbox Series X is our most powerful console ever, powered by our custom designed processor leveraging AMD’s latest Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures,” said in the latest announcement.

As of now, we think Xbox wins the round. 

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Written by Jamie Pancho 


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