Xbox Series X and Series S

Power your dreams.

Next-gen consoles for next-gen gaming. The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are designed with you in mind, giving you speed, performance, storage, and backward compatibility for games and accessories.

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Get an Xbox Series X or Series S console and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, for a low monthly price and no upfront cost.

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The fastest, most powerful Xbox ever.

Introducing Xbox Series X, designed for a console generation that has you, the player, at its centre.


  • 12 Teraflops (TFLOPS) of Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) performance.
  • True 4K Gaming and 8K ready resolutions.
  • Up to 120 frames per second (FPS).
  • 1TB custom SSD.
  • AMD's latest Zen 2 and Radeon DNA 2 architectures.

Power, speed, and compatibility.

The new SOC (system on a chip) has been built for speed and performance, featuring 12 teraflops of processing power and the compatibility to play four generations of Xbox games.

Keep it cool.

The innovative, parallel cooling architecture allows for stunning game experiences with incredible graphic fidelity and performance. The three primary channels, for parallel airflow, divide the heat load across multiple air streams. This manages the internal temperature of the console’s subsystems, including the split motherboard and heat-sink chassis.

Split from the norm.

For the first time ever in a console, an innovative, split motherboard keeps the temperature of the internal parts evenly controlled, allowing the Xbox Series X to output more power.

More storage without compromise.

The Xbox Series X Storage Expansion Card provides additional game storage at peak speed and performance by replicating the console’s internal custom SSD experience. The 1TB card is inserted directly into the back of the console via the dedicated expansion port for an easy way to boost your storage. 

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Games play even better.

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Xbox Series X Games Showcase Trailer.

Through the revolutionary new Xbox Velocity Architecture, thousands of games on Xbox One, including Xbox 360 and original Xbox Games, will experience improvements in performance, including improved boot and load times, more stable frame rates, higher resolutions and improved quality on Xbox Series X.

Halo Infinite (expected 2021).

The legendary Halo series returns with the most expansive Master Chief story yet. With Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, enjoy up to 4k resolution at 60FPS in campaign mode, and greatly reduced load times, creating seamless gameplay that ushers in the next generation of gaming. Included with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate upon release.

The new Xbox Wireless Controller: You better hold on.

Experience the modernized design of the Xbox Wireless Controller, featuring sculpted surfaces and refined geometry for enhanced comfort during gameplay. Stay on target with textured grip and a hybrid D-pad, seamlessly capture and share content, and quickly pair with, play on, and switch between supported consoles, PCs, and mobile devices.*

Xbox Series X and Series S gaming headsets.

Get your head in the game with headsets for the Xbox Series X and S.

What is the difference between the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S?

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are both next-generation consoles. They both use the exact same processor and use similar AMD RDNA 2 graphics processors. As a result, the core capabilities between the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are the same.

Both consoles play the same games, just at different resolutions. Whereas the Xbox Series X can play games at 4K 120 FPS all the way up to 8K 30 FPS, the Xbox Series S can play the exact same games at 1440p 60 FPS up to 120 FPS and games can be upscaled to 4K.

Additionally, the Xbox Series X comes with a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive and the Xbox Series S does not. This means that you can play both disc based and digital games on Xbox Series X and you can only play digital games on Xbox Series S.

Storage wise, the Xbox Series X comes with 1 TB of storage for games and the Xbox Series S comes with 512 GB. Both consoles can expand storage via USB external hard drives or by using Seagate Xbox Series X Storage Expansion Cards. And, finally, the Xbox Series X is priced at $599.99 and the Xbox Series S sells for $379.99.