Xbox Series X and Series S pre-order: The release date in the UK, price and games for the next-gen consoles
Xbox Series X UK pre-orders have gone live today September 22. A wide array of retailers from Amazon to Currys PC World are stocking the next-gen consoles with several opening queue systems to help manage demand.
The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S look likely to feature in a few Christmas stockings this year, as they’re launching globally on November 10.
Pre-orders will start for all retailers listed below from 8am BST, with the Xbox Series X priced at £449.99 and the Xbox Series S at £249.99.
The Xbox Series X (£449.99) and Series S (£249.99) pre-orders open today from 8am BST
This is in addition to Xbox All Access, which lets you spread the cost of the console over a 24-month period with no interest. The Xbox Series X is priced at £28.99 and the Xbox Series S at £20.99 monthly. This also comes with 24-month Game Pass Ultimate – a library of the best games for you and your friends on the same plan to enjoy.
Plus, as recently announced, EA Play will be coming to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate later this year, which will give you access to some of EA’s flagship titles such as FIFA, Battlefield and the Star Wars franchise.
Where can I pre-order the Xbox Series X?
What to expect from the new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S
- Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s most powerful console ever made. It comes with brand new console features like hardware-accelerated Direct X raytracing, framerates up to 120 frames per second, faster loading times, and Quick Resume for multiple games. Playing will look and feel better, no matter which games you choose to play on day one.
- Xbox Series S offers next-generation performance in their smallest console at a more affordable price. Perfect for digital-first gamers, the Xbox Series S includes the new Xbox Wireless Controller, also in Robot White. This controller will be available as a standalone purchase later this year and includes improved ergonomics, the hybrid D-pad, and textured grip on the triggers, bumpers and back, as well as the new dedicated Share button.
The Xbox Series X (pictured left) is Microsoft’s flagship next-generation console, while the Xbox Series S (pictured right) offers next-generation performance in their smallest console at a more affordable price
The best Xbox console deals
If you’re considering investing in an older console rather than the brand spanking new one, we’ve compiled a list of the best Xbox deals below:
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