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Microsoft Unveils Xbox Series X Slogan

In less than a year, Sony and Microsoft will finally release their latest flagship consoles, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

Players will have a hard time choosing what to get for Christmas as both consoles will make their way in stores around the holiday season.

Their latest Xbox slogan, “Power Your Dreams” has been trademarked by the company to usher the innovation of their latest Xbox. We first heard this slogan last month upon their system’s official unveil. Now that it has been copyrighted, we’ll be hearing more of it in the next years.

“Power Your Dreams” is a simple, yet powerful catchphrase that reminds people who have been in the gaming industry that as consoles get more advanced, there’s more excitement to come.

As we approach the future of more industrialized gaming, it’s easy to see how much game developers and companies have progressed throughout. Thus, “Power Your Dreams” perfectly captures the essence of this technological advancement.

Microsoft will need every inch of an advantage they can get to stay at top of their game. Sony has remained to be the market leader in console gaming since the very first release of PlayStation. Despite so, Microsoft does have new and interesting ideas that can compete with Sony.

And then there’s Nintendo. The two companies seem to have a friendly competition since the two have allowed cross-play in their titles. Microsoft permitted Nintendo to use Banjo and Kazooie in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Also Read: Microsoft’s New Xbox Revealed at The Game Awards 2019

However, Nintendo Switch has been in high demand for several months now. If the rumors are true that a new system version will arrive, Microsoft will have to hustle double time.

Nonetheless, the Xbox Series X could be the gaming console of dreams if Microsoft can reach a wider audience.

What do you think about Microsoft’s new slogan? Are you planning on buying an Xbox Series X? Let us know in the comments!

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