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White Series 2:

new Xbox Elite Controller that will be compatible with Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC platforms has seemingly leaked. All the way back in 2015, Xbox first introduced its line of Elite controllers, initially for Xbox One. Since that time, a second revision of the controller called the Xbox Elite Controller Series 2, was released in 2019. And while this new leak hasn't hinted at the arrival of a Series 3 model, it instead looks like a new Series 2 controller is what will be coming about.

Seen in a new image shared on social media from @IdleSloth84, a new iteration of the Xbox Elite Controller was seemingly found to be in the wild. The big difference with this new version of the Series 2 Elite model is that it features a white color scheme rather than the default black. Based on what can be seen in the leak, the body of the controller seems to be white while the controller grips and thumbsticks retain their typical black appearance. The buttons of the controller, however, seem to also be all-white, which leads to a very sleek look overall.

Series S

TheThe Xbox Series S is the smallest Xbox Microsoft has ever created. It’s also the Xbox with the biggest questions hanging over it. Microsoft surprised everyone with this smaller, cheaper next-gen Xbox, promising that the Series S is “designed to play games at 1440p at 60 frames per second.” At $299, the Xbox Series S looks, on paper, like a budget entry into the next generation of Xbox games. But the reality is a little more complicated.

The Series S shares most of the same internal components as the larger Series X. That means you get load time improvements, games that run smoother, and the promise of up to 120fps in certain titles. The big difference is the GPU power involved, which, in reality, means most people will need to pair this tiny Xbox with a 1080p TV or monitor. This is a console for those who don’t care about 4K, but questions over its capabilities still remain for me. Will this console hold back next-gen games? Will it do ray tracing well? Will it hit 1440p?

The Xbox Series S is a small console with big potential and a whole lot of questions left unanswered for now.

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