It seems Microsoft is confusing itself when it comes to the Xbox Series X release date.
Eagle-eyed Xbox fans yesterday spotted that the official Xbox Series X website was showing Thanksgiving 2020 as the official release date (see below). This was a change of tack from the previous Holiday 2020 guidance. So that was news.
Now, Microsoft has changed its mind, stating Thanksgiving 2020 was an error and that the plan remains a Holiday 2020 release.
An Xbox product page in some regions inaccurately listed the launch date for Xbox Series X as Thanksgiving 2020. We are committed to launching Holiday 2020March 18, 2020
Xbox Series X promises four times the power of the Xbox One X and is being billed by Microsoft as the "fastest, most powerful games console ever." To match that dramatic leap in performance, the Series X gets a new 'tall tower' design and a new wireless controller.
So roll on the Xbox Series X vs PS5 console war, this "Holiday" season...