The good news is, while the names are easily confused, the box art isn’t. The Xbox Series X comes with classic Xbox green and black styling, while the Series S is predominantly white with just a green stripe at the bottom harking back to Xbox branding.
The X and S denoting the console versions are prominent in the bottom left of the box. The Series S box only seems to be a little smaller than the Series X box, though the discless console is quite a bit smaller than its higher-powered counterpart.
GameSpot recently got its hands on official mockups of both consoles–check out what we think of the size and shape here. The Xbox Series X will cost $499, while the Series S will cost $299 when they both are released on November 10. Check out everything you need to know about pre-ordering a new Xbox.
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