Assuming they still come out in the age of covid, the successor(s) to the Xbox One are due out in November.
The Xbox Series X is a powerful new console offering terraflops and gigabloops and solid ray state tracing. Or something.
The Xbox Series S is the totally-not-confusingly-named less powerful sibling to the Series X that Microsoft has yet to officially announce but has mentioned explicitly on new product packaging, making it the worst-kept secret in gaming.
Look, I'm way less interested in the hardware specs than I am in the fact that Xbox Game Pass has been and continues to be one of the best ways to play games right now. I'm less likely to pick up Game Pass as an add-on for my Series X than I am to get a Series X as an add-on for my Game Pass subscription, you know?