The Xbox Series S storage size has come under fire, with many stating that the more affordable console’s 512GB NVMe SSD is simply too small. And while I do wish Microsoft could have added an extra few gigabytes into its little white box, it’s honestly not that bad. 

Even though Microsoft was forced to reveal its hand earlier than it would have liked, the reception to the Xbox Series S has been decidedly positive since its reveal. The “smallest Xbox ever” promises to deliver all the next-gen features gamers will enjoy on the Xbox Series X, such as ray tracing, super-fast load times and all for a much, much lower price. At only $299 / £249 / AU$499, it’s one of the cheapest consoles in quite some time. 



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