Gone is the Kinect, one of the system's signature features, making way for more power to become a games console proper, rather than a "family entertainment system" it was originally meant to be.
After comparing the Series X to a humorous still from Tom and Jerry, the YouTube star went on to speculate as to why Microsoft opted for a vertical design for their latest console - which he jokingly claimed could be the result of "outrage marketing".
We'll hear what it sounds like in real-world conditions during the holiday 2020 season, but for Spencer's part, he says that in his household, "If I don't point it out, [Xbox Series X] just sits there and plays video games the way I want it to and I never hear it, just like how I don't hear my [Xbox One] X".
While there have always been rumours of Microsoft having multiple models of Project Scarlett console, and we've seen a form of that in the current generation, I think everyone expected that Microsoft would be following the naming conventions of the Xbox One.
Microsoft The upcoming Xbox Series X was met with mixed reviews from fans, who were confused at both its name and rectangular design. There it was the letter appended to the end that denoted the model, whether it was the slimmer S, more powerful X, or all-digital SAD.
You can expect more dynamic and realistic environments powered by hardware-accelerated DirectX Raytracing - a first for console gaming.
The original console carries the simple title of Xbox, followed by the next generations of Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Microsoft's next console is the Xbox.
He went on to compare the Series X to other new technology of the late 2010's including Elon Musk's divisive new "Cybertruck," which was also clowned as a low-poly video game render of a auto.
It shares the exact same rumoured launch date window as that of Sony's PlayStation 5. A hefty number make no mistake, but hardly the entire Xbox 360 library on Xbox One.
Looking at these, it looks as though the 22nd could be earmarked for release - however, this has not been confirmed by Microsoft.