Microsoft offi­cial­ly unveiled the Xbox Series S, the next-gen bud­get gam­ing con­sole. It will only cost you $299 in the U.S. and, accord­ing to Microsoft, comes in the “small­est Xbox ever”. Xbox U.K. also con­firmed the sys­tem will cost £250. The Xbox Series S is launch­ing on Novem­ber 10th.

The image that pre­vi­ous­ly leaked on Sep­tem­ber 7th is exact­ly was the con­sole looks like — it’s a small, white rec­tan­gle with no disc dri­ve. A pow­er but­ton, USB port and a sync but­ton for the con­troller are the only fea­tures dis­played on the front. 

Accord­ing to a report from Win­dows Cen­tral, the Xbox Series S and the Xbox Series X will be releas­ing on Novem­ber 10th, except the Series X will be sell­ing for $499. How­ev­er, this has yet to be confirmed.

It’s obvi­ous this announce­ment is a reac­tion to the leaks, as they planned to reveal the con­sole at a lat­er date. So far, there are min­i­mal details about the Xbox Series S — the full specs have not yet been unveiled.

You can see the offi­cial trail­er and some of the con­sole specs, below:

Win­dows Cen­tral also report­ed that both the Xbox Series X and Series S will be avail­able through Xbox’s All Access sub­scrip­tion ser­vice. The Xbox Series S being set at $25 USD a month and the Series X at $35. Xbox head, Phil Spencer, pre­vi­ous­ly said that All Access is “crit­i­cal” to their next-gen plans.