It's been six months since we first got a look at the Xbox Series X. Well, six months and two days.
The console was officially unveiled at The Game Awards 2019 back on December 12, with Xbox head Phil Spencer taking to the stage to unveil that incredible in-engine footage of Senua's Saga: Hellblade II, as well as the system's targeted release window of Holiday 2020.
Since then, the Xbox Series X has been revealed in much greater detail, including a breakdown of tech specs and features such as Smart Delivery, Quick Resume and backwards compatibility. And naturally, we've since learned about many more games heading to the next-gen console, with over 50 announced so far.
Now, we're really waiting on two major reveals - Microsoft's huge first-party event in July, which will give us a look at the likes of Halo Infinite and other Xbox Game Studios titles, as well as the announcement of the rumoured Xbox Lockhart, which is expected to be a cheaper next-gen option alongside the Series X. Oh, and the price!
But looking back, the device has come a long way since that initial reveal just six months ago. With any luck, we'll hopefully be playing it for ourselves in another six months' time!
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