An Xbox Series X unboxing video has made its way online, with just under a month until the worldwide launch of Microsoft's next-gen consoles.
The video, which you can see below, comes from YouTube user Willy Crow. It is unclear how this video ended up online, but the footage below looks like a legitimate leak.
On top of that, the unboxing video isn't filmed in English, so it's not clear in which territory the user procured the Xbox Series X ahead of its launch next month. In the video itself, the user unboxes the console from start to finish, showcasing the controller, the Xbox Series X console, and a myriad of cables.
It's worth mentioning that Xbox Series X retail units have been spotted in warehouses. As you can see below, a Reddit user noted that Xbox Series X units have arrived in a warehouse, ahead of a worldwide release next month on November 10.
First Xbox Series X consoles coming in, ready to ship to storeshttps://t.co/PNLovoSC4O pic.twitter.com/aO7sk2iyKxOctober 12, 2020
There's finally less than a month to go until the first next-gen consoles are available around the world. The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S both launch on November 10, the same day as Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Valhalla releases (which moved its release date up by a week to be a day one launch for the new consoles).
Plus, if you fancy learning more about Microsoft's next-gen consoles, be sure to read our guide to the Xbox Series X in detail.
If you're still looking to get your hands on Microsoft's more powerful next-gen console before it launches in November, head over to our page on Xbox Series X pre-orders for more.