By now, you’ve heard about the Microsoft Xbox One S, the next-gen console that launches on September 25th, and the Xbox One M, a similarly-priced console that was announced last month.
If you’re looking to upgrade from a current Xbox One to the Xbox X, there are a few ways you can do so.
First and foremost, you’ll need to get an upgrade.
If your current console was shipped with a version of the Xbox platform, like the X or X1, then you’ll want to do a full-on upgrade from the console to the X1.
If not, then the Xbox 360 or X800 versions of the console are a great choice, with both of them providing a lot of the features and features of the previous generation consoles, and at a price point that’s significantly lower.
Secondly, if you’re a PC gamer, you may have already upgraded your gaming rig to the latest version of Windows 10, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be able to use the console as a primary gaming machine anytime soon.
The new Xbox X and X1 have no native support for the Xbox controller, meaning that you’ll have to buy an accessory like the Xbox Pro Controller or a third-party controller to get full access to the system.
If you’re still on the fence, then here are a couple of reasons to consider upgrading your current Xbox system to the new X1:The X1 is the most powerful Xbox One console to date.
Its graphics card has been improved, and its Xbox One controller has received an overhaul, so the Xbox gaming experience is much better.
The Xbox One is more versatile, and can be used with almost any Xbox One system.
The X1 offers a new controller, a new remote, and a new headset, which makes it a great option for those who don’t want to spend $1,000 or more on a new console.
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox console will be available at retail stores in the US and Canada on September 23, with the Xbox 10 coming out on September 28.
In the UK, Microsoft has also announced that it will be launching the Xbox Xbox One in that country on September 22.