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The Xbox Series S Design Has Already Spawned Some Savage Memes

The Xbox Series S Design Has Already Spawned Some Savage Memes

Well, that didn't take long. Microsoft confirmed the next-gen Xbox Series S model earlier this morning, and the internet has already taken it upon itself to absolutely savage the budget console's design.

The console, which launches in November for just £250, has a much flatter design than the fridge-like Series X console. But that hasn't stopped fans from poking light-hearted fun at the machine over its unconventional appearance. I suppose it's not that surprising given that the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and DualSense controller all suffered the same fate just a few months ago.

As you can see below, it took mere moments for Twitter to come out swinging with their own suggestions for... custom Series S designs.

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And then of course there were those who (accurately) compared the console's design to washing machines, McDonald's drive-thru speakers, and everything in between.


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Finally, a moment of silence for all the non-gamer parents this Christmas who are faced with a genuinely tough dilemma: Which Xbox did my kid ask for again?

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Microsoft has yet to comment on recently leaked Xbox Series X price, which puts the "standard" next-gen console at $499 (around £380). Hopefully we won't be waiting much longer to find out how much the Xbox Series X and PS5 cost... but when the Series S is £250, I'm not sure I care if it looks like a drive-thru speaker.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

Topics: Next-Gen, News, Xbox Series X, Microsoft

Ewan Moore

Journalist at GAMINGbible who still quite hasn’t gotten out of my mid 00’s emo phase. After graduating from the University of Portsmouth in 2015 with a BA in Journalism & Media Studies (thanks for asking), I went on to do some freelance words for various places, including Kotaku, Den of Geek, and TheSixthAxis.