Xbox Series X Image Leak Shows Off Possible Prototype

Xbox Series X

Microsoft made some huge waves by revealing its next gen console, the Xbox Series X, at the Game Awards last year. As the quality in consoles grows, its becoming harder and harder to tell the difference between what can be called a PC and what can be considered a console. The literal tower of the Xbox Series X is a perfect example, and fans now have a better idea as to what that will look like thanks to a recent leak showing off one of the console’s prototypes.

A recent Tweet has arrived showing off one of the next-gen console’s prototypes with a couple images. The image showcasing the front of the console isn’t much different than what fans have already seen featuring a disc drive, a USB port and a few buttons such as a power button and eject button. The back side of the console looks to have a series of ports for various cables, such as a slot for a power cable, a HDMI cable, an ethernet cable, and two USB slots.

Strangely, the images failed to cover the serial number for the prototype and a fan claims that they were able to use it to register the console for themselves in a following post.

The recent leak does seem to confirm recent suspicions as to what the port situation would entail for the console, so there is some validity to the recent leak, although there has yet to be a statement from Microsoft concerning the matter. There’s also still been no word on an official release date for the Xbox Series X outside of the listed release window of Holiday 2020.

So, thoughts on the leaked images? Let us know in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

Chris Calles1083 Posts

Known as "Stash" or Yippee Calles. He's a student of everything, avid adrenaline junkie, and creator of random things. When he's not delving into a game, book, or movie - He's out teaching himself new things or taking part in some pretty epic adventures. You can find him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.


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