The "Thanksgiving 2020" launch window for Xbox Series X seems to be a bug.
Earlier this afternoon, the Xbox Series X listed the console on various regions' pages, which will launch on Thanksgiving 2020.
According to Mejor Nelson, the list is clearly wrong
The tweet read: "Xbox product pages in some regions incorrectly list the Xbox Series X launch date as Thanksgiving 2020. We are committed to the 2020 holiday,".
In some regions' Xbox product pages, the Xbox Series X's release date was incorrectly listed as "Thanksgiving 2020". We are committed to launching "Holiday 2020".
—Larry Herib (L) (@majornelson) March 18, 2020
The original story is as follows:
According to an update on the official console web page, Microsoft will release the Xbox SeriesX during Thanksgiving.
Previously, people knew that the Xbox Series X would be released during the "2020 Holiday", but now we know that it will be released at least by November 26th (this year's Thanksgiving).
Currently, it still shows "2020 Holidays" on the US website, but in areas such as Australia and India, it shows "Thanksgiving 2020".
We will send an email to see if this information can be confirmed (via resetera).
Therefore, the 2020 holiday still seems to be correct. Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday, and shopping on Black Friday begins that weekend.
Sony will also release the PS5 this holiday season, and the company has collected complete specifications and information about backward compatibility today.
Find out what we know about PS5 and Xbox Series X on the link.