Xbox Series S reveal is likely to happen in May, a report from Windows Central suggests.
The Series S aka Lockhart, is a next-gen Microsoft console that’s less powerful than the announced Xbox Series X; it’s also expected to be cheaper.
Windows Central describes the Series S as "a 4TF entry-point to next-gen gaming" designed to replace the current-gen Xbox One X, but with added “aspects of a next-gen experience currently unavailable to past-gen consoles, presumably in the form of NVME loading speeds and perhaps some limited ray-tracing.”. Previous rumours have also suggested the Series S will be disc-less.
The outlet admits it has “no idea about the capabilities of Lockhart outside that magical ‘4TF’ GPU number.” That’s 4 teraflops which is less in comparison to the Xbox Series X 12 teraflop output.
It’s believed that the Xbox Series S will be revealed in May along with potential announcements of several Xbox Game Studios games including a rumoured Fable project from Playground Games.
We'll keep you updated as we learn more.