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Learn More about Xbox One

Xbox One is the only place to play exclusives like Halo 5Forza Horizon 3 and Forza Motorsport 7. With the premier online gaming platform Xbox Live, it’s the place to take on your friends at FIFA, Call of Duty and other great games too. Coupled with Xbox One’s brilliant home entertainment features, games can be a seamless part of your living room.

Wireless Streaming to devices

Stream games to your Windows PC or tablet

Xbox One can stream games over Wi-Fi to Windows 10 PCs and tablets. That means you can play Xbox One games anywhere in the house, not just in the living room. And, you can talk to your Xbox Live friends on your other Windows devices.

The console that keeps getting better

Xbox One has already received tons of new features, from Twitch integration to the ability to switch your console on and instantly resume your game where you left it. Just like Xbox 360 before it, Xbox One is set to keep giving more value and more great games. You can even now integrate with Spotify and create your own gaming soundtracks while maintaining in-game sound effects.

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The Cloud

Xbox Live is now powered by the cloud

Xbox Live has always been at the forefront of online gaming. With Xbox One it takes another big leap forward. It’s powered by hundreds of thousands of gaming servers, which reduce lag and help prevent cheating.

Big exclusives and blockbusters

Microsoft has assembled an excellent line-up of exclusive games for Xbox One. As well as Halo, there’s also Fable LegendsQuantum Break and the Platinum Games exclusive Scalebound. Microsoft’s links within the PC gaming community means the Xbox One also has console exclusivity on several major titles, including Cuphead and Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds.

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The Xbox One S

Xbox One S is the revamped version of big brother, the Xbox One. Featuring 4K support and high dynamic range, the Xbox One S is 40% smaller than the Xbox One. As well as having a vertical stand and a new streamlined Xbox controller, the Xbox One S has a 2TB hard drive and internal power brick; something not seen before on Microsoft’s Xbox consoles.

Xbox One S

Smaller, More Powerful Xbox

Still home to some of the best games, you will be able to enjoy exclusives such as Gears of War 4, Crackdown 3, Dead Rising 4 and Recore all in beautiful 4K resolution.

The Xbox One X

Xbox One X is the most powerful gaming console ever released. Boasting 40% more power than any other device, the One X is quite simply the best way to experience Xbox One games, with certain optimised games running at an incredible 4K resolution at 60fps, making for one of the most immersive gaming experiences on any platform ever. The huge processing power of the One X means that even games that haven’t been designed specifically for the X look better, run faster and load quicker.

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The most stunning gaming experience ever

With the Xbox One X now available, look for games marked “Xbox One X Enhanced”, meaning they have been designed to take advantage of the X’s monumental processing power to give the best, most immersive gaming experience possible.

Xbox One X Console

Xbox One X Tech Specs

Console Style Matte Black
Controller Wireless Black Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad, Slimlined
Storage Capacity 1TB hard drive
Cloud Storage Yes
Required Internet Connection Only for initial setup then no connection required
Motion / Voice Controls Optional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands, requires adapter
Second Screen Smart Glass (not included)
Mandatory Game Installs Yes
Subscription Service Xbox Live
RAM 12GB DDR5
CPU 8 core Scorpio CPU @ 2.3GHz
USB USB 3.0
Optical Drive UHD 4k Blu-Ray / DVD
Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360 Compatible!
TV / A/V Hookups HDMI-in; HDMI-out; 1x front-facing USB 3.0 ; 2x rear-facing USB 3.0; IR receiver/blaster; SPDIF digital audio; Ethernet, High Dynamic Range
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Xbox One Tech Specs

Console Style Gloss Black
Controller Black Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad
Storage Capacity 500GB or 1TB Hard Drive
Cloud Storage Yes
Required Internet Connection Only for initial setup then no connection required
Motion / Voice Controls Optional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands
Second Screen Smart Glass (not included)
Mandatory Game Installs Yes
Subscription Service Xbox Live
RAM 8GB DDR3
CPU 8 Core Microsoft custom CPU
USB USB 3.0
Optical Drive Blu-Ray / DVD
Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360 Compatible!
TV / A/V Hookups HDMI input and output, 4K ready
Xbox One S

Xbox One S Tech Specs

Console Style Gloss White
Controller White Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad, Slimlined
Storage Capacity 500GB, 1TB or 2TB Hard Drive
Cloud Storage Yes
Required Internet Connection Only for initial setup then no connection required
Motion / Voice Controls Optional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands
Second Screen Smart Glass (not included)
Mandatory Game Installs Yes
Subscription Service Xbox Live
RAM 8GB DDR3
CPU 8 Core Microsoft custom CPU
USB USB 3.0
Optical Drive Blu-Ray / DVD
Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360 Compatible!
TV / A/V Hookups HDMI input and output, 4K Optical output, High Dynamic Range

Choose your Xbox One bundle

Xbox One provides an incredible combination of must-have exclusives and entertainment features you can’t find anywhere else. Only with Xbox One can you snap instantly between games and live TV, and receive game invites while watching telly.

Finding your ideal Xbox One console deal means getting the right combination of storage, bundled games and price. You’ll also want to decide whether or not you want to spend the extra money on a One X in order to play games at a 4K resolution and 60 FPS. Our handy Xbox One bundle guide is here to help.

500GB, 1TB or 2TB storage

There are three versions of the Xbox One console available – one with 500GB of storage and two with 1TB (terabyte). Given how important game downloads and updates are, you’ll probably want as much storage as your budget can stretch to. There is also the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X to consider. The XBS is 40% smaller than the Xbox One and comes with a 2TB hard drive. The Xbox One X offers true 4K and ultimate performance.

Navigate with a controller or Kinect

When Xbox One first launched, the Kinect motion sensor and microphone was in every box – and the price was high. Now you have more choice. Very few new games are utilising Kinect. But if you like the idea of controlling your console with your voice and hand gestures, it could be worth the extra cash.

Black, white or limited editions

Xbox One is slowly becoming available in more colours, after launching in black only. As well as the Xbox One S available in white, you can get limited edition consoles available in blue, silver and more. The Xbox One X is initially launching in matte black only.

Bundled games and Xbox Live

There’s also a wide range of Xbox One bundles with games and Xbox Live subscriptions packed in. Bundled games include everything from FIFA to Forza to Halo: The Master Chief Collection. We’ve sourced all the latest Xbox One deals above.

Xbox One revealed

Xbox One Revealed

Microsoft unveils the new Xbox One console at a special event that is streamed online across the globe. Xbox One is presented as an all-in-one entertainment device that must be connected to Kinect and the Internet to operate properly – an approach Microsoft later changes following a backlash from fans.

Second Hand Game Lockdown

Rumours suggest that game retailers will be forced to sell second hand games at just a 10% discount on the original RRP. This comes amid speculation from a statement from Microsoft who said that each game will use a code that locks it to the owner’s account – giving the tech giant complete control over the second hand games market.

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UK price announced at E3

Xbox One and its first batch of games, which include Forza 5 and Ryse, are seen in more detail at E3 2013. A UK launch price of £429.99 is announced. All launch Xbox One bundles are to include a 500 GB console and a Kinect sensor.

Xbox One released

Microsoft releases the Xbox in Europe including the UK. Sales skyrocket with Microsoft selling a staggering 3 million consoles before the end of the year.

Twitch - Online Streaming Service

Xbox One gets Twitch-y

Microsoft announces that game streaming service Twitch is coming to Xbox One. The service launches in March, allowing Xbox One owners to broadcast and watch their favourite games.

Xbox One Kinect 2

Price dropped along with Kinect

After six months of trailing behind the cheaper PS4 in worldwide sales, Microsoft announces a new lower-priced Xbox One bundle with no Kinect sensor in the box. With PS4 price-parity, Xbox One sales significantly improve.

Xbox One White Sunset Overdrive Limited Edition

White Xbox One enjoys the Sunset

The Sunset Overdrive pack launches as the first Xbox One bundle to feature a white console. In November, a limited edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare XBO bundle launches featuring a 1TB hard drive.

10 million Xbox Ones shipped

Microsoft announces that 10 million Xbox One consoles have been sold worldwide.

Windows 10 and Xbox One play nice

At a Windows 10 media briefing, Microsoft unveils the deep integration between Xbox One and Windows 10. Xbox One can stream games to PC and tablet over a home network, so gamers can play anywhere in the house.

1TB Xbox One Console released

1TB Xbox One stands alone

Solus 1TB Xbox One consoles are made available for the first time – so all gamers can buy one, not just Call of Duty fans. The 500GB XBO also gets a price cut.

XBO learns to play Xbox 360 games

At E3 2015, Microsoft shows off new Xbox 360 compatibility for the Xbox One. The update allows gamers to play disc games and Xbox Live Arcade games, even online.

Stream games to tablets and PCs

Microsoft launches update to system that allows users to stream games to Windows 10 tablets and PCs. “With the streaming functionality, not only can you stream games but you can also access your friends, achievements, Party Chat, multiplayer, Snap mode and more. Game streaming is then initiated from the Xbox on Windows 10 app on a PC or tablet in the same home network,” explained the company’s Xbox group.

Seagate Xbox One External Hard Drive

Exclusive external hard drive

Seagate have teamed up with Microsoft to release the first exclusive external hard drive. The 2TB drive features the familiar Xbox green, the official logo and USB 3.0.

Transformation for XB1 with new dash

Microsoft release the new Xbox One dashboard, transforming the console’s software. The emphasis is now on community and ease of use. A new interface provides Activity Alerts and App multitasking. Additionally, the Cortana personal assistant from Windows Phone and Windows will take over voice commands and searches.

New Xbox Rumours

Rumors abound of a new Xbox (dubbed Xbox 1.5/Xbox 2). With Sony pushing ahead with a 4K PS4, Microsoft need innovation to stay in the game. Whether the new Xbox will introduct new features, or just be a slimmed down, quieter version of the Xbox One (similar to the Xbox 360 rework) remains to be seen.

Xbox One S Announced

Xbox One S Announced

Microsoft is set to announce their revamped flagship console with the new Xbox One S at E3 2016. The Xbox One S is 40% smaller than XB1 and will feature a 2TB hard drive, support for 4k and high dynamic range. The XBS will also feature a vertical stand and will be supplied with a streamlined controller.

Xbox One S

Xbox One S launches

The revamped Xbox One, named the S, launches. Smaller in size than the original Xbox One, it nonetheless packed a more impressive punch, with native support for 4K gaming the key improvement that set it apart from the original model.

Available in 500GB, 1TB and 2TB versions, the One S has largely replaced the original model One as the standard console, and is typically what is now found in bundles.

Xbox Scorpio

Anticipation builds for Project Scorpio

Widely expected to compete with the newly released PS4 Pro, Project Scorpio had been shrouded in secrecy. However, with the E3 expo slated as the venue for the unveiling later in 2017, spec rumours and details began to emerge in early 2017.

The Scorpio is likely to support 4K gaming natively, with games such as Halo 5: Guardians able to play in their complete, unscaled glory. It also places a greater emphasis on virtual reality gaming, and is rumoured to come with the same internal power unit as the One S.

Xbox One X

Xbox One X revealed

After months of speculation, the Xbox One X was revealed at E3. 40% more powerful than any other console, the One X supports ultra HD 4K resolutions combined with an incredible framerate of 60fps for certain optimised games. The unprecedented processing power of the One X also means it can bolster existing standard Xbox One games.

The One X will retail £449.99, and will launch on November 7th, just before the Black Friday/ Cyber Monday deals season traditionally kicks in.

Cross-play with Switch announced

Rocket League for the Nintendo Switch is announced, and with it comes cross-play between the Switch and the Xbox One. Now, friends playing on different console ecosystems will be able to challenge one another. PS4 is not part of the cross-play agreement.

The end of the original One

Console Deals exclusively reveal the news that Microsoft have finally run out stock of the original Xbox One and won’t be producing any more. There may still be some cropping up in the odd bundle and on the second hand market, but from here on out, it’s the One S and the One X’s time to shine.

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Xbox One X sets pre-order records

With its release two months away, the Xbox One X gets off to record-setting pace, becoming the most pre-ordered Xbox ever. The first round of pre-orders sell out worldwide in around 24 hours, with the limited run of Scorpio edition consoles going even faster. Anticipation for the new version of the console mounts, with Forza Motorsport 7 showcasing the full capabilities of the console.

PS4 cross-play accidentally arrives

For a brief moment, Xbox One and PS4 users are given the opportunity to see what life would be like if cross-play between the two competing systems was enabled. The makers of Fortnite accidentally enable to feature and allow PS4 and Xbox players to face off against one another, before the mistake is discovered and reversed.

Kinect waves goodbye

The Kinect sensor had enjoyed a turbulent history with the Xbox One. Beloved by some, it was never adopted by many games and gradually fell out of favour. Microsoft opted not to include it in One S and One X bundles as they had with the original console. Indeed, the two new versions of the console did away with the Kinect port, meaning an adaptor was required to use it. In October, the company officially declared that Kinect was being discontinued as they moved towards a message focused on dedicated console gamers.

The One X Arrives

The Xbox One X, Microsoft’s flagship console and now the most powerful home console ever, launches to strong sales and critical acclaim. Game journalists find the One X is able to comprehensively better its rival the PS4 Pro in several performance categories across some major cross-platform games. Meanwhile, the price of the One S model continues to drop, giving gamers a clearer choice as to which system is best for them.