The Xbox One S will be available from August 2, 2016.

The new model – which is 40 percent smaller than the original Xbox One –  boasts 2TB of storage, three USB ports, a relocated pairing button, and a built-in power supply. You’ll also receive the new Xbox wireless controller which has bluetooth support and is expected to retail for £50.


This will be the first console offer 4K Ultra HD resolution with High Dynamic Range (HDR).

At the time of writing, pre-orders placed now will arrive on release date. Expect to pay £350 for your new bundle of joy.

You can also pick up a 1TB model for £300, and 500GB for £250, but the release dates for these smaller models have yet to be confirmed.



Short. Sweary. Sarky. Streamer. Spartan. Story-driven games make me happiest. Spectacularly bad at shooters, but loves them. Screams a lot playing horror games, but loves those, too.

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