According to a certain YouTuber that received an Xbox Series X for the purpose of unboxing, the console was broken, rendering a black screen.
While the rest of the world waits for Xbox Series X For commercial release, many individuals have received the console for one reason or another. One of such reasons is for the purpose of creating an unboxed video, to highlight the content and features of the Xbox Series X. Although, according to an unboxing YouTuber, the console appears to be damaged.
Especially in the past few days, there have been numerous cases of consumers receiving early Xbox Series X orders. For example, earlier today, Walmart accidentally delivered an Xbox Series X to a pre-order recipient, five days before the console̵7;s launch date. Now, it looks like a Series X owner has had a problem with the console’s hardware.
A YouTube user named PAPIGFUNK received a console unit for the purpose of creating an unboxing video as part of a trademark deal with Xbox. However, the user has now reported that the console was damaged, and that any attempt he made to turn on the console was causing the black screen of death, but this video has more to offer than what it does. look.
PAPIGFUNK is said to have shown the initial footage of the Xbox Series X’s user interface and menu screen. This is a clear violation of the nondisclosure agreement that Microsoft signed on all promoters. . Therefore, it seems that Microsoft took action against PAPIGFUNK’s specific unit and locked the user from the console until the actual release date.
As one can imagine, this is quite a frightening thing for some users. Previously, it was reported that the Xbox Series X was experiencing overheating, but this confusion was quickly resolved by Microsoft. It seems the issue is due to PAPIGFUNK breaking the embargo Microsoft imposed on his Series X and barring him from accessing the console further.
Having said all of this, locking PAPIGFUNK from the console seems like a pretty tame penalty for violating the NDA. Microsoft may be able to take legal action against YouTuber for displaying or even discussing content that is not for the public to see until the console’s launch. In any case, it looks like this issue is a false alarm and is not an indication of any kind of Xbox Series X related hardware problem.
Xbox Series X will be released on November 12, 2020.
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