The Xbox Series X and Series S, initially known as Project Scarlett, is a line of home video game consoles released by Microsoft and is the successor to the Xbox One line. It was released on 10 November 2020 as part of the ninth generation of consoles, competing against the PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. Series S is a weaker version of the much more powerful Series X. Both consoles are also compatible with the Xbox One.
The consoles support all Sonic games playable on the Xbox One, which also includes all of its backwards compatible Sonic games. All of the games are able to perform better on Series X and Series S than on their predecessors.
List of Sonic games on Xbox Series X and Series S
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- Spencer, Phil (16 July 2020). You Are the Future of Gaming. Xbox Wire. Archived from the original on 14 November 2020. Retrieved on 15 November 2020. "It’s our intent for all Xbox One games that do not require Kinect to play on Xbox Series X at the launch of the console. And because of the unprecedented power of Xbox Series X, most of your favorite games will load faster and look and perform many times better on the new console."
- Xbox Series X and Series S at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.