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Xbox Series X price, bundles, and deals - get the latest updates on stock

Looking for the best Xbox Series X bundles or the lowest Xbox Series X price? We feel your pain. Getting hold of the next-generation console has been notoriously difficult over the last year due to high demand and production issues, so any Xbox Series X deals that appear are snapped up fast. 

That's why we're busy tracking Xbox Series X bundles every day to get a read on where the console could appear next. Our team of bargain-hunters is always on the prowl for stock, so this page is regularly updated with the latest info on Xbox Series X deals as a result.

To get things started, check out these retailer quick links below. If anyone's going to get new stock soon, it'll be one of them. As for more context on whenXbox Series X stock could turn up, our retailer breakdown below can help. No matter what, just make sure you're buying from retailers you trust. Look out for scalpers and third-party sellers overcharging you for Microsoft's new console.

If things don't pick up soon, it might be because retailers are holding supply back for November's Black Friday Xbox Series X deals and Cyber Monday Xbox Series X deals.

What is the Xbox Series X price?

The official Xbox Series X price is $499 in the US and £449 in the UK. If you see a price higher than that without any extras, you are being overcharged and should avoid. Typically the inflated prices aren't subtle either, we're talking hundreds rather than tens extra. 

Some stores may take advantage in other ways by limited sellable stock to bundles, with extra games or headset. We've seen some with really naff hats and T-shirts too. Some stores might bump up the prices of these items, but one thing's for sure, you won't be saving a penny on the bundled items at this time.

Where to find Xbox Series X bundles and deals

Xbox Series X bundle deals - USA

Xbox Series X deals - UK

Xbox Series X deals - accessories

The Xbox Series X price might make you wince, but the console's got one major advantage you may not have considered - backward compatibility for accessories and games.

Think about it. After paying for a console, you'd normally have to factor in launch games purpose-built to sell the system along with new controllers, subscriptions, and whatever extras the publishers are pushing. But with any Xbox Series X bundles, all of your existing Xbox One peripherals and services are forwards compatible. That means your achievements, progression, controllers, memberships, and Xbox One headsets move forward to Series X. Many of the top audio-brands have confirmed which headsets will work on the new console, for example, and more than a few have become the best Xbox Series X headsets as a result.

The console will also let you play existing games via both the optical disc drive and digital download, not to mention Game Pass. That allows you to save a couple of hundred dollars right off the bat - you don't need to buy specific 'next-gen' versions of a game, as they're usually the same.

We've gathered the best deals on games and accessories below. Check them out if you want a discount!

How to save money on Xbox Series X

Alright, so the Xbox Series X price is still a hefty chunk of cash to spend. But you don't necessarily have to pay it off in one go. Enter Microsoft's fancy Xbox All Access system. This is a payment plan, and it allows you to get an Xbox Series X for a monthly fee spread over two years. It'll set you back $34.99 per month in the US, £28.99p/m in the UK, and $46p/m in Australia. 

Interestingly, Xbox All Access doesn't just get you the console. It also offers 24 months of Game Pass Ultimate as well. Because Game Pass is a bit like Netflix for gaming (with well over 100 games and counting), that's a solid deal. Particularly due to the fact that new Xbox exclusive games like Halo will appear on Game Pass for free on the day of release. 

Thanks to this, Xbox All Access might be one of the more sensible options when it comes to buying an Xbox Series X. Indeed, it saves you money in the long run. Sure, you're only getting a small amount knocked off the overall price, but it's still cheaper than buying the console and two years of Game Pass separately.

However, be advised that you won't find Xbox All Access in many stores besides Microsoft. GameStop fills that role in the US, and Game or Smyths have the honor in the UK.


If you want to check out what you'll be playing next-gen, head on over to our guide to upcoming Xbox Series X games.

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Xbox One 1TB Console - Tom Clancy's The Division Bundle

Take Back New York

Tom Clancy’s The Division is a ground-breaking RPG experience that brings the genre into a modern military setting for the first time. In the wake of a devastating pandemic that sweeps through New York City, basic services fail one by one, and without access to food or water, the city quickly descends into chaos. As an agent of The Division, you’ll specialize, modify, and level up your gear, weapons, and skills to take back New York on your own terms.

Seamless Multiplayer: The Dark Zone

Enter the Dark Zone, a walled-off quarantine zone in the middle of Manhattan where the most valuable loot was left behind when the military evacuated. It’s also the most dangerous area in the game, where fear, betrayal, and tension are high. Team up with other players to take down your enemies and extract legendary loot via helicopter. It’s your choice to collaborate with other agents, or attack them and steal their loot.

Urban Jungle

New York City is being overrun by hostile groups trying to take advantage of the crisis. Beware of the thugs who roam in packs through the city, preying on the weak. Fight against the Cleaners, who wear hazmat suits and wield flamethrowers, set on cleaning New York from the virus by burning everything and everyone. Engage with the Rikers, a gang of convicts that escaped Rikers Island when the chaos hit, and who are ravaging the city and vying for its control.

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The best Xbox One prices, bundles, sales and deals for October 2021

You'll find all the best Xbox One deals and sales right here, but it's worth noting that not only are many looking to buy Xbox Series X these days, but the current generation console's price is also looking particularly enticing considering the Xbox One stock shortages in the US. 

The new console comes in at $299 for the cheaper Series S, and $499 for the fully fledged Xbox Series X console. That's bad news for the Xbox One, which is priced around the same as the Series S and hardly has any stock available to buy. Nevertheless, the previous generation console may justify its place in the world in a very specific scenario and if you find it cheap in the Black Friday deals.

If you're looking for a disk drive, it's worth noting that the Series S won't allow you to use your physical media. If the price is right on the Xbox One deals below, then, it's worth grabbing a cheaper console while you wait for the Series X to drop in price. That said, we may get some offers on the current generation consoles in this year's Xbox Black Friday deals.

Our advice if you do want to go for a One S or One X right now is to jump on the remaining stock while you still can and don't get too caught up in looking for a bundle as it's often cheaper to pick up a standalone console plus your games and accessories separately. 

Xbox One deals

The slimmed-down design of the Xbox One S looks much better than the original chunky box, and the power brick has been absorbed, making things a bit tidier behind your TV. The main draw, though, is support for specialized 4K Blu-Rays and 4K Netflix content. 

However, stock is running particularly low right now, following the competition of the Xbox Series S. You'll find all the latest prices we've seen just below, but be warned it's just as difficult to find the older console as it is the next-generation right now. 

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Deals

The Xbox One S Digital Edition doesn't look so hot right now. Not only are we generally only seeing renewed or refurbished stock on the shelves, but that $249 price point is only $50 cheaper than the brand new Xbox Series S. You get far weaker specs for your cash here, so we'd recommend finding out where to buy Xbox Series S if you're after a cheaper console right now. 

Nevertheless, we may see prices drop further if new Xbox One stock does emerge so we're bringing you all the cheapest offers just below. 

Xbox One X deals

As of July 2020, Microsoft has discontinued production on the Xbox One X to make way for the brand new generation, the Xbox Series X. Down below we've got a round-up of the remaining stock, though be warned, it's starting to thin out fast now.

Note - Recently people have been buying up the remaining Xbox One X stock, mistakenly thinking it's the new Xbox Series X. Just to clarify, the prices below are for the older console, not the brand new next-gen entry, so please make sure you're not picking up the wrong one by accident!

Speaking of next-gen, the new console is now available. While stock is low, if you can get your hands on the $499 Xbox Series X it's a higher value investment, especially seeing as prices on the previous generation aren't too pretty right now.

Xbox Live Gold deals

Need to top off your Xbox Live Gold membership? Don't pay the default automatic $60 renewal price. Check out our range of Xbox Live Gold deals  to save some serious money.

Xbox Game Pass deals

If you're buying the all digital Xbox One S or just want to save shelf space (and cash) by streaming your favorite Xbox games, these Xbox Game Pass deals are for you. You can also save by combining both your Xbox Live Gold subscription and your Game Pass with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership. 

Still considering a PS4 instead? Then you'll want to take a look at our cheapest PS4 bundle deals.

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Microsoft Xbox One Bundle Price List October, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

Cheapest Microsoft Xbox One Bundle Price in Philippines is ₱ 26,801.00

The Microsoft Xbox One Bundle is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Microsoft Xbox One Bundle price in Philippines is ₱ 26,801.00 from Galleon. Microsoft Xbox One Bundle price details are updated October 2021.

Microsoft Xbox One Bundle Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Xbox One Bundle

CountryInternational PricePrice in PHP
Malaysia MYR 1,200.00 ₱ 14,658.00
Philippines PHP 26,801.00 ₱ 26,801.00
Singapore SGD 740.24 ₱ 27,857.00

Microsoft Xbox One Bundle Specs

Design
Dimensions (W x H x D) 79 x 33.3 x 27.4cm
Weight 3.2kg
Product Details
Controller Included Yes
Display Resolutions 1280 x 720pixels
HD Streaming Yes
Ultra HD Compatible 4K Player No
Motion Control Yes
Wireless Controller Yes
3D View Yes
Blu-Ray Player Yes
Technical Details
Internal Memory 8GB
Memory Type GDDR3
Storage Type HDD
Processor Core 8
Memory Expansion Yes
Max Memory Expansion 1000GB
CPU Speed 1.7GHz
GPU AMD
Connectivity
HDMI Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Bluetooth Yes
USB Yes
Eternet Yes
Number Of USB Ports 3

Reviews of Microsoft Xbox One Bundle

tomsguide.com

From a huge brick to a slightly smaller brick and back again, the Xbox has undergone some serious changes since its launch.Bottom: Xbox One, Top: Xbox One S The original system was mishmash of shiny plastic and extra-large vents; that Xbox One weighed in...

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Play classic Jeopardy as well as other fun modes, You can play solo or with friends in multiplayer, Leveling system encourages players to come back for more

Presentation doesn't look or sound like Jeopardy, Online multiplayer is a ghost town due to design mistakes, Overpriced when compared against other trivia games

This is Jeopardy!Gameshows often make fine videogames, allowing players to actively participate in the same shows they already enjoy on TV. Ubisoft just brought Jeopardy! to Xbox One, featuring the classic TV gameplay, online multiplayer, and two new game...

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techcrunch.com

The final contender in the next-gen console battle has entered the arena. The Xbox One will launch this Friday, 8 years to the day after the 2005 debut of the Xbox 360....

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engadget.com

It's rare -- unprecedented, even -- that Engadget re-reviews the same product. But game consoles are a curious exception. Though the hardware stays the same, these machines receive myriad firmware updates, sometimes long after launch, that make them even...

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Windows 10 makes the console more responsive and easier to navigate, Most backward-compatible Xbox 360 games run well on Xbox One, Now costs less than the PlayStation 4

Kinect voice commands still don't work reliably, Navigating the console remains sluggish compared to the PS4, Still missing features from the Xbox 360 like system-wide game defaults

Engadget is re-reviewing the current generation of game consoles, each of which has benefited from major firmware updates, price drops and an improved selection of games. We're kicking off this series by revisiting the Xbox One. Though we've changed our m...

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gottabemobile.com

The Xbox One that you can purchase in Wal-Mart, GameStop or Best Buy isn't that Xbox One that Microsoft started out with. Early on, the company had grand dreams of creating an all-in-one entertainment platform to take on Sony's PS4. Video games were to fe...

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pocnetwork.net

There has been a series of threats around here that we were going to get one of these custom editions of Microsoft's Xbox One console for ourselves. We have bragged about it, it made it to this year's Holiday Gift Guide and it won our Editors' Choice...

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techaeris.com

We've reviewed a few Toast products here on Techaeris, and the company has recently released its wood veneer covers for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles. Read on to find out how the installation went and finished product turned out in our Toast Xbo...

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gottabemobile.com

Every decent piece of technology these days almost has to have two split personalities. Sure, they're designed around specific scenarios, but any device worth your money allows you to do things beyond its original core capabilities. The iPad, for example,...

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tomsguide.com

The Xbox One gained some much-needed interface improvements and dropped to $400 (sans Kinect motion-and-sound detector) to match the PS4's price, while Sony's system gained some notable exclusives with games like Infamous: Second Son and The Last of Us: R...

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cnet.com

Microsoft's Xbox One offers impressive graphics and a solid list of exclusive 2015 titles. The Microsoft console currently edges ahead of the PS4 with a better selection of media apps. The console's fall-2015 dashboard update is a noticeable improvement...

The Xbox One's new interface is still more convoluted than the PS4's. In general, the PS4 delivers slightly better installation times, graphics and performance on cross-platform games. The Xbox One also lags behind the PS4 in its selection of indie games...

It's been a year since Microsoft and Sony unveiled their new generation consoles, the Xbox One and PS4, which means it's time to reassess their places in the market. What's new? What has changed? And of course, which exclusive games are out or headed to t...

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booredatwork.com

The Xbox One is a year old and Microsoft 3rd generation consoles has go through so ups and downs. But the console has come a long way in the year with monthly updates that have constantly improved the console. TV pass-through that ensures the Xbox One is ...

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kotaku.com

Stop waiting. If you can afford it, it's time to get a new-gen console, and the Xbox One is a worthwhile one to get.It's been a year since the console's launch, and Microsoft's third home console finds itself in an interesting spot. On the one hand, many...

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gizmodo.com

Stop waiting. If you can afford it, it's time to get a new-gen console, and the Xbox One is a worthwhile one to get.AdvertisementIt's been a year since the console's launch, and Microsoft's third home console finds itself in an interesting spot. On the on...

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windowscentral.com

Last year when the Xbox One launched, you could get it in any color you wanted – as long as it was black. But select Microsoft staff members received a white console with the words " I made this" emblazoned on both the system and the controller. The gamer...

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cnet.com

This more affordable Xbox One bundle drops the Kinect and matches the price of the PS4. Microsoft has also killed the paid Xbox Live Gold requirement to access entertainment apps

The Xbox One's dashboard is still confusing at times and the PS4 generally delivers slightly better graphics and performance on multiplatform games so far. Selection of must-have titles is still weak compared to that of previous generation consoles

The Xbox One is back -- without a Kinect, and for $100 USD cheaper.That, in a nutshell, is the pitch for the new $400 (£399 in the UK) Xbox One, which goes on sale on June 9. The new price matches that of its archrival, the Sony PlayStation 4 .It's a hu...

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techspot.com

Last November, Microsoft released the Xbox One. Six months later, the console has gotten a bunch more games and a hefty software upgrade. Microsoft has also decided to sell the Xbox One without the Kinect sensor. Halfway through its first year on planet e...

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kotaku.com

Last November, Microsoft released the Xbox One. Six months later, the console has gotten a bunch more games and a hefty software upgrade. Microsoft has also decided to sell the Xbox One without the Kinect sensor. Halfway through its first year on planet e...

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soundandvision.com

Integrates with cable or satellite set-top box with advanced One Guide, Improved Kinect camera for voice and gesture control, Blu-ray player works with voice and gesture control

Requires Xbox Gold membership to stream from some services, Some streaming services available on Xbox 360 not yet on Xbox One, Can stop playback to say “hi” to a new user that has stepped into the room

The Xbox One was released in November 2013, exactly eight years after the release of Microsoft's last game console, the Xbox 360. In those eight years, the Xbox 360 was updated and upgraded, including the addition of the Kinect camera for voice and gestur...

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soundandvision.com

Involving gameplay and graphics, Powerful Smart TV features, Wide range of remote control options

Features may be overkill for some, No DVR control

Microsoft wants to take over the living room. OK, maybe that premise isn't exactly new. About 10 years ago, tech pundits used the same words when discussing the Windows Media Center PC, an all-in-one solution that combined computing and home entertainment...

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Popular Xbox One Bundles

Below our the current most popular Xbox One bundles, choose your preferred bundle or compare all Xbox One deals

Xbox One S: 1TB

7 deals from £259.99

Xbox One X 1TB: Cyberpunk 2077 Special Edition

7 deals from £549.99

Xbox One S 1TB: Fortnite Bundle Special Edition

5 deals from £364.99

Xbox One X 1TB: Forza Horizon 4 LEGO Speed Champions Bundle

1 deals from £749.59

Xbox One S 1TB: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

1 deals from £450.00

Xbox One S: 500GB

1 deals from £399.99

Xbox One S 1TB: All-Digital Edition V2

1 deals from £488.89

Xbox One X: 1TB

1 deals from £849.99

Compare Xbox One bundles and prices

Don't forget to use our handy filtering system to help find your ideal Xbox One bundle.

Learn more about the Xbox One

The Xbox One may be several years old now, but it’s still massively popular, thanks to the number of models, bundles, games and great innovations that have come along since Microsoft launched it back in 2013. Want to know what makes this console so special, and the differences between the various models? Read on.

Note: In case you’ve missed it, we now have pricing and release dates for both Xbox Series X pre-orders and Xbox Series S pre-orders – head over to our dedicated pages to learn more and get the latest information on pre-orders!

Xbox Console Family (Side View)

Three versions, three choices

Though the original Xbox One console is now hard to find, fear not – there’s still three versions of the console out there for you to pick from. The Xbox One S is the all-singing, all-dancing middle of the road option, capable of playing great games, ultra HD blu rays and more. The Xbox One X is for the hardcore gamer, and is the most powerful home console ever released. Finally, the most recent addition to the family is the Xbox One S All-Digital, a budget option that helps you save by doing away with the disc drive and relying entirely on digital downloads and streaming play. The All-Digital has already proved the cheapest main console on the market several times in the months since its launch, and we believe it could well prove the must-have bargain of Black Friday with a huge potential discount down to less than £130. 

Please note: as of mid-August, Microsoft have confirmed that the Xbox One X and Xbox One All Digital Edition are being discontinued as the company prepare to launch the Xbox Series X. If you’re keen to get one of those two consoles, act fast!

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Game Pass revolution

Xbox Live revolutionised the way the world saw online gaming. Now, Microsoft have changed the game again, with Game Pass. This Netflix-style subscription grants users instant access to an incredible library of games, available to enjoy via the cloud for a monthly fee. Game Pass has proved an enormous success since its launch, and is going from strength to strength as its library expands. It’s also a critical element of the S All-Digital console, which relies on streaming and downloads, rather than a disc drive, to operate.

Multiple Xbox One 3rd Party Games

The best of third party, plus incredible exclusives

There’s no better console to play third party games such as Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, FIFA 20 and Call of Duty on than on the super powerful Xbox One X, but Xbox One offers so much more. Games like Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5 and more are all exclusively available for Xbox. If you’re looking for the cheapest way to enjoy some of these third party hits, then the S-All Digital Edition of the console is typically the most budget-friendly way of doing so – and we’re expecting huge discounts come Black Friday 2020.

Xbox One Controller Range

Control, your way

The Xbox One controller has been hailed as one of the best every console controllers, the result of years of refinement. However, if you want to take your gaming to the next level, the Elite controller offers customisation beyond your wildest dreams. There are now two versions of the Elite, the original and the Series 2, which could see some enticing discounts on the original coming for Black Friday and the lead up to Christmas. Microsoft Design Studios enables you to create your very own dream controller design, while the Adaptive Controller empowers gamers with limited mobility to enjoy the Xbox One’s vast library of games.

Today’s best Xbox One deals – April 2020

Both the Xbox Series X and Series S are finally with us, ushering in the next gen of console gaming and meaning that the Xbox One is officially no longer Microsoft's flagship console. However, Microsoft are determined to embrace every aspect of the Xbox ecosystem. There’s plenty of reasons to still look at getting at Xbox One, One S, One X or One S All-Digital. We’re still listing every console bundle we find with the Xbox One from all the UK’s leading retailers.

Stock levels are extremely limited on the Xbox One currently, with many retailers selling the majority of their stock throughout 2020 when demand for consoles was at an all-time high. We're not expecting much in the way of new stock as availability of the Xbox Series S and X improves, but there may still be some good bargains - we'd just recommend being quick if you do see an offer for a good price!

Console StyleMatte Black
ControllerBlack Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad
Storage Capacity1TB hard drive
Cloud StorageYes
Required Internet ConnectionOnly for initial setup then no connection required
Motion / Voice ControlsOptional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands, requires adapter
Second ScreenSmart Glass (not included)
Mandatory Game InstallsYes
Subscription ServiceXbox Live
RAM12GB DDR5
CPU8 core Scorpio CPU @ 2.3GHz
USBUSB 3.0
Optical DriveUHD 4k Blu-Ray / DVD
ConnectivityWiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360Compatible!
TV / A/V HookupsHDMI-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
Console StyleGloss White
ControllerWhite Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad, Slimlined
Storage Capacity500GB, 1TB or 2TB Hard Drive
Cloud StorageYes
Required Internet ConnectionOnly for initial setup then no connection required
Motion / Voice ControlsOptional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands
Second ScreenSmart Glass (not included)
Mandatory Game InstallsYes
Subscription ServiceXbox Live
RAM8GB DDR3
CPU8 Core Microsoft custom CPU
USBUSB 3.0
Optical DriveBlu-Ray / DVD
ConnectivityWiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360Compatible!
TV / A/V HookupsHDMI input and output, 4K Optical output, High Dynamic Range
Console StyleGloss White
ControllerWhite Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad, Slimlined
Storage Capacity1TB
Cloud StorageYes
Required Internet ConnectionOnly for initial setup then no connection required
Motion / Voice ControlsOptional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands
Second ScreenSmart Glass (not included)
Mandatory Game InstallsYes
Subscription ServiceXbox Live
RAM8GB DDR3
CPU8 Core Microsoft custom CPU
USBUSB 3.0
Optical DriveBlu-Ray / DVD
ConnectivityWiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360Online digital versions only due to no disc drive
TV / A/V HookupsHDMI input and output, 4K Optical output, High Dynamic Range

Choose your Xbox One bundle

We compare hundreds of deals to give you the best comparison when it comes to choosing an Xbox One bundle. But with three different consoles and a huge selection of bundled items available, getting the right bundle when buying an Xbox can be tricky. These are our tips for finding the bundle that’s right for you:

Xbox One S and X Consoles

One S, X or S All-Digital

The three Xbox One models all offer something different. The S All-Digital is the best for those on a budget, but doesn’t come with a disc drive, meaning you won’t be able to play any physical games. The One S is the best all-rounder. The One X is the best console and can play games in 4K at 60 FPS, but it’s also markedly more expensive.

Multiple Xbox One Games

Bundled games

We do our best to find every Xbox bundle that we can, so you’ve got the pick of the games to choose from. Some, like Gears 5 and Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, have their own bundle, and come packaged in the box as a digital download, while others are physical copies.

Xbox Controllers x2

One controller or two?

One of the most successful Xbox bundles has been the official two controller bundle, with plenty of you wanting to share the fun of the Xbox One. Retailers have started bundling extra controllers into a lot of bundles themselves, and it’s often more economical to buy a second controller this way than at a later date.

Xbox Game Pass

Games or Game Pass

With Microsoft’s Game Pass, there’s no need to commit to buying a game while worrying you might not like it any more. Instead, you can simply pick up a Game Pass subscription, which works in a similar manner to Netflix or Spotify and gives you access to a huge library of games for a low monthly cost. Perfect for those who like to hop from game to game a lot!

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The Nintendo Switch - OLED Model is out this Friday. Will I be able to get one on launch day?

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