EITHER kabum offered the console xbox series s during Consumer Week. It is available with a 15% discount for cash payment through PIX, with a value of R$ 1,862.53. The product can also be paid in up to 10 installments of R$ 219.12.
Released in 2020, Xbox Series S is the cheapest console of the new generation and runs the same games as Xbox Series X, but only supports games on digital media and provides full compatibility with Xbox Game Pass. It is the new generation device with the most affordable cost today.
Released in late 2020, Xbox Series S hardware features a 3.6GHz AMD 8x Zen 2 CPU (3.4GHz with SMT) and GPU with 20 compute units (4 TFLOPs), 1.565 custom RDNA 2 GHz, plus 10 GB of GDDR6 memory and an NVMe SSD with 521 GB of internal storage.
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The focus of the Xbox Series S is to play games at 1080p or even 1440p, as with some lighter titles or better optimization from the developers. There are also games that hit 120 FPS, like Fortnite and Rocket League.
2023 will be full of exclusive Xbox Series S games
The year 2023 promises many exclusive games for Xbox Series S, including confirmed games Starfield, Redfall, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legendsin addition to many other titles developed by partner companies that will come to the console. Street Fighter 6, Resident Evil 4 Remake Is Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League are some of the titles planned for the first half of the console.
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