Cheap Xbox Series X | S Games

Cheap Xbox Series X | S Games

Never miss an offer on an Xbox Series X & S game with Gaming Deals. We compare prices, deals and offers on all the biggest exclusive Xbox games and huge third party titles like EA Sports FC, Call of Duty and more from all the UK’s leading retailers.

New and upcoming Xbox Series X | S titles

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Whether playing on the Series X or Series S, the newest generation of Xbox not only boasts a lot of power but also a lot of games thanks to its brilliant backwards compatibility options. Tekken 8, and Starfield are just two released games that play perfectly on the console. With so much value also provided by Xbox Game pass, there are plenty of reasons to be excited to own an Xbox Series S or X.

Xbox Series X | S's biggest shooters

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You can find shooters of all kinds on the Xbox Series X | S, you just have to decide what you feel like slaying. For zombies, aliens and other creatures, Back 4 Blood, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, Aliens: Fireteam Elite and Rainbow Six: Extraction are perfect choices. For more grounded experiences, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, Battlefield 2042 and Hell Let Loose are what you're looking for.

Xbox Series X | S RPG deals

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Role playing games are plentiful on the Xbox Series X and S. Of course the blockbusting Elden Ring uses all of the latest Xbox's power to its advantage. The same goes for Tiny Tina's Wonderland and zombie survival/parkour sim Dying Light 2. However smaller titles, like the complex Disco Elysium and unique Yakuza: Like a Dragon, shine just as well on Microsoft's new hardware. Oh and of course if you're looking to role play in space Bethesda have you covered with Starfield.

Best value Xbox Series X | S sports games

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Be the player in EA Sports FC 24, or put on your management cap in Football Manager 2024. If football's not your sport, the Xbox Series X and S also have games like F1 23, Madden NFL 24 and NBA 2K24 to help feed your competitive spirit.

Massive game franchises coming to Xbox Series X and S

Whether it’s engaging in tense battles in Call of Duty, gunning for victory in Fortnite, exploring the Lands Between in Elden Ring or going for glory in EA Sports FC 24, the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles have everything you need for the ultimate gaming experience. All the biggest franchises look and play great on Microsoft's next generation of home consoles, taking advantage of each SKUs unique 4K capabilities to help immerse players further within their digital worlds. 

Backwards compatibility let you play Xbox classics

Both the Xbox Series S and X will enable you to enjoy games from across the entire history of the Xbox range of consoles, from the original to the Xbox 360 to the Xbox Series S/X immediate predecessor the Xbox One. Even as gaming launches into a bold new era, the clamour for playing classic Xbox games has never been greater, and both of Microsoft's next-gen consoles will enable you to do just that. Better yet, the consoles have been designed to have select games upscale from their Xbox One version to the Xbox Series S/X version instantly – and absolutely free of charge.

Game Pass grants access to a rotating library of games

Microsoft's hugely successful Xbox Game Pass initiative returns for the Xbox Series X and S generation, bringing with it a huge library of games accessible for one simple monthly subscription cost. And these aren't just any old games either; Microsoft has been open about making every Xbox console exclusive game available on its Game Pass service from day one. Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, Starfield and all exclusives coming in 2024 are available day one on the service.

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