Xbox One X Bundles and Deals

Xbox One X Bundles and Deals

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The Xbox One X’s successor, Xbox Series X, is now available to order (although the stock has been scarce). Check out our full comparison of Xbox Series X stock, deals and bundles now.

Why purchase an Xbox One X?

Microsoft has made it no secret that its ambition with the Xbox One X was to create “the world’s most powerful console”. For all intents and purposes it succeeded, with the Xbox One X specifically geared to cater towards hardcore gamers' taste for the very best 4K visuals. Microsoft’s latest hardware revision is a significant one, boasting 40% more power than any other device, to the point that it can run certain optimised games at true 4K quality at 60 frames per second. Unfortunately, since the release of the newest consoles, the Xbox One has been discontinued and therefore its price is very high. As a consumer, you're probably better off waiting out for the all-new powerful Xbox Series X or digital Xbox Series S rather than spending exorbitant amounts on an Xbox One X. However, Xbox Series X stock has been difficult to come by, so effort and patience are required to obtain one.

How much more powerful is Xbox One X?

In terms of pure power, no other console of the same generation can compete with the Xbox One X. It almost triples the teraflop capabilities of its cousin console, the Xbox One S, allowing people to bring themselves closer to the games they play thanks to true 4K resolution. 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory increases speed and power to game performance, allowing for bigger worlds and further horizons to load quicker. High Dynamic range (HDR) works in tandem with the 4K-ready box, deepening colours to make them appear more lifelike.

What size is the Xbox One X?

This may be surprising to some, but the Xbox One X is actually much smaller than the original launch Xbox One console we got in 2013 despite the increase in power. To put this into perspective the initial Xbox One measured at 17 x 14 x 5 inches, while the much more powerful Xbox One X measures 11.8 x 9.4 x 2.4 inches to make it the smallest Xbox ever – even when compared to the Xbox One S, which is geared towards casual players. The Xbox One X fits neatly into anyone’s entertainment centre because of this.

Which games are enhanced for Xbox One X?

While any Xbox One game will look noticeably better on Xbox One X, there are certain games that have been developed with its 4K-ready capabilities in mind. As a general rule, it’s a safe bet to assume that any Xbox One exclusive falls under this remit, but some other highlights include: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Forza Horizon 4, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War and Gears of War 4. Xbox One X is the best place to play multiplatform games.

How much does an Xbox One X cost?

The Xbox One X lives up to its promise as being the world’s most powerful console, and the reality of this is that it comes at a higher cost than most other consoles of the same generation. Unfortunately, now that it's been discontinued, the prices are shooting up even higher. Once upon at time, the average price for an Xbox One X sat somewhere around the £400 mark, but now it can be much greater than that.

Forza Horizon 4

Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 4 set players off within a vibrant United Kingdom that was fully explorable, weather was completely dynamic and there were a record number of cars to get behind the wheel of. The Xbox One X Forza Horizon 4 bundle was all you need to jump in, featuring a white variant of the console with 1TB of storage.

Battlefield V

Battlefield V marked Dice’s most ambitious entry into the celebrated first-person shooter franchise yet, transporting players back to the events of WWII through four distinct single-player chapters. The fan-favourite destructible environment returned, allowing for more strategic gameplay across the varied maps. The Xbox One X Battlefield V bundle featured the unique Gold Rush special edition console with a full-game download of Battlefield V Deluxe Edition and Battlefield 1943, plus a matching wireless controller.

Player Unknown's Battlegrounds

While Fortnite and Apex Legends took the Battle Royale concept and ran with it, we wouldn’t have heard about any of them were it not for Player Unknown's Battlegrounds. It's the game that sparked off an entire genre's popularity, dropping 100 players down to an enormous map to duke it out to be the last survivor standing. The Xbox One X Player Unknown's Battlegrounds bundle came with one month's free Xbox Game Pass and a black 1TB Xbox One X console.

Fallout 76

Fallout 76 marked the first foray Bethesda's acclaimed apocalyptic series had made into multiplayer, acting as an immersive prequel to the main series. Full of sights to see and lands to explore with your friends. Microsoft marked this occasion by teaming up with Bethesda to create an Xbox One X Fallout 76 bundle. The console itself was Black and came with a copy of the game and 1TB of internal storage.

Xbox One X Model

Xbox One X

Console Style Matte Black
Controller Black Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad
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

Three things to consider before buying an Xbox One X

1. Don’t be a slave to Black Friday

While you’ve likely been taught to think that the best Xbox One X deals only occur on Black Friday, all of the retailers we compare prices for run seasonal sales 365 days a year. We always advise purchasers never to wait. All you need to do is pick up an Xbox One X whenever you see the best deal for you.

2. Xbox One X boasts the better visuals, Xbox One S the lower price

The Xbox One X is the only console capable of running games natively at a 4K level. Most people won’t be able to notice the difference between this and 1080p unless the same game is being played side-by-side on an X and S simultaneously, but they’ll still appreciate the higher framerates and faster load times. Its HDR and 4K working in tandem that results in some of the most lifelike visuals possible on a current-gen console.

3. You only get one Xbox One controller

Regardless of the Xbox One model you punt for, each one will always come packaged with one at least controller in the box. Sold separately they retail for an average price of £49.99 – expensive, but worthwhile for use in Xbox One X’s selection of split-screen multiplayer games.

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