from David Martin
With the PS5 and Xbox Series X, Sony and Microsoft are preparing to launch their new consoles. While PlayStation 5 fans still have to wait for a final release date to be announced, a release month has been set for the Xbox Series X: The new Microsoft console will hit stores in November. If you want to take a look at the new Xbox now, you should visit Saturn's E-Arena Xperion in Cologne. The Xbox Series X is already being exhibited there, as new photos on Twitter show. However, the new Microsoft console in Cologne's Saturn cannot be used to play.

With the Xbox Series X, Microsoft will bring its new game console to the market at the end of the year. In the meantime, the release month is at least: the new console will appear in November. Microsoft has not yet revealed the final date. If you want to take a look at the new Xbox now, you should pay a visit to the E-Arena Xperion in Saturn Cologne.

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As the company announced via the short message service Twitter, one of the first Xbox Series X will be exhibited there. You cannot play with the new console. However, visitors take a first look at the Xbox One successor – and thus get impressions of the case size. The actual hardware doesn't seem to be housed in the box, as user photos on Twitter suggest.

The E-Arena Xperion has been open since August 17th – Monday to Thursday from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday until 10 p.m. "In the birthplace of Saturn in Cologne at Hansaring you can now find the largest gaming paradise in Europe. On 3000 square meters you get everything that makes a gamer's heart beat faster. The latest technology for your PC or the next-gen consoles from Xbox and PlayStation? Our partners want to impress you with their hardware innovations, "writes Saturn on the Xperion website. In addition, you can watch e-sports matches and try out VR glasses.

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