Xbox Series X|S is compatible with thousands of games across four generations of Xbox. And, with Smart Delivery games, you buy a digital game once and get the best version of that game for the console you’re playing on. To play a backward compatible game, insert the disc on the Xbox Series X or search your library and select the game you want to play. Shop for Xbox Series X|S games directly from your Xbox Series X/S console or online at GameStop.com.
Yes. The digital titles that you own and are part of the Back Compat game catalog will automatically show up in the “Ready to Install” section on your Xbox Series X|S console. For disc-based games that are part of the Back Compact game catalog, insert the disc on the Xbox Series X and the console will begin downloading the game to your hard drive. After the game has downloaded to your hard drive, you will still need to keep the game disc in the drive to play. Browse Xbox One games.
No. Xbox Series S consoles are all-digital gaming consoles for disc-free gaming. Disc-based games are not compatible with the 512GB or 1TB Xbox Series S consoles.
Xbox Series X|S consoles are compatible with most Xbox One controllers and gaming accessories. Shop Xbox controllers.
Xbox Series X|S is compatible with standard standalone hard drive and products with the Designed for Xbox badge are supported by Xbox. For the best experience, the 1TB Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S plugs into the back of the console via the dedicated storage expansion port and replicates the console’s custom SSD experience, providing additional game storage at the same performance.
To find out if your TV supports 4K, check the TV settings. The TV resolution should be specified within the TV settings menus.
Both Xbox Series X|S consoles deliver next-generation capabilities powered by the Xbox Velocity Architecture, such as faster loading, the ability to seamlessly switch between multiple games with Quick Resume, richer and more dynamic words, and frame rates up to 120 FPS.
The primary difference between the two consoles is that the Xbox Series X displays games at native 4K and comes equipped with UHD Blu-ray Disc player. Xbox Series S is designed for disc-free gaming at 1440p (with the ability to upscale to 4K) and you can choose between 512GB SSD or 1TB SSD. And, of course, they’re priced differently. Both consoles have the option to expand available custom storage via the Storage Expansion Card. Compare Xbox consoles.