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About this page and the Xbox One game console

The Xbox One Xbox One is a home video game console developed by Microsoft. Announced in May 2013, it is the successor to Xbox 360 Xbox 360 and the third console in the Xbox series. The console mainly competed against Sony's PlayStation 4 PlayStation 4 and Nintendo's Wikipedia icon Wii U, then later the Nintendo Switch Switch. Microsoft later release new model, Xbox One S and Xbox One X in 2016 and 2017 respectively, with the original launch model being discontinued. Since 2020, all models has been discontinued, with Xbox Series X/S entirely succeeded it.

The console is infamous for it's E3 2013 presentation, with the presentation showing off entertainment and TV rather than games, $499 pricing with the initially required Kinect motion controller, it's restrictive DRM such as requiring internet connection every 24 hours, all purchased games are tied to Microsoft account, etc.... Beside, there was also some technical issues with some games during the presentation. Microsoft was getting negative reactions from consumers to the point that later the next month, Microsoft reversed the decisions, but despite that, the Xbox One was one of the worst selling console of the 8th generation, aside from Wii U.

This category page lists the following games that either have been officially released or ported to the Xbox One gaming console. For the Wikipedia article about the Xbox One, which have more information about it's history, sales, and more, click here.

Revisions (Xbox One S/Xbox One X)

Not to be confused with Category:Xbox Series X/S games.

A revision of Xbox One, called Xbox One S, was first announced in June 2016, later released in August 2, 2016 with 2TB storage capacity, and August 23, 2016 with 500GB and 1TB models, this model have been discontinued quietly by the end of 2020 along with all other Xbox One revisions.

A variant of Xbox One S, All-Digital Edition, which feature no disc drive, was released in May 7, 2019, with only 1TB of storage. This models has been discontinued in July 2020, prior to Xbox Series X/S Xbox Series X/S launch.

Another revision, high-end Xbox One X, which featured newer and more updated hardware, to improve performance on existing game and allowing games to render at 4K resolution, or downscaling them for lower-resolution display while anti-aliasing in the process. It also support 1440p resolution, AMD FreeSync, and/or 120Hz displays. Also discontinued in July 2020.

Hardware Specifications

Xbox One
Hardware Specifications
Operating system (OS) Xbox One & Series X/S system software with Hyper-V
Note.pngNote:Initially based off Windows Windows 8.1 core, later Windows Windows 10 as part of New Xbox One Experience update in Nov 2015, then Windows Windows 11 in Aug 2021.
Processor (CPU) AMD Jaguar 8-core
@ 1.75 GHz (Launch model & Xbox One S)
@ 2.3 GHz (Xbox One X)
System memory (RAM) 8 GB DDR3 1066MHz (Launch model & Xbox One S)
12 GB GDDR5 1700 MHz (Xbox One X)
Storage Hard Drive:
500 GB (excluding Xbox One X)
1 TB (all models)
2 TB (only Xbox One S with disc drive)
All models (except Elite) ships with 5400RPM drive.
Elite model ships with SSHD (Hybrid) drive.

Disc Drive:
Blu-ray optical drive (Launch model)
Ultra HD Blu-ray optical drive (All models except Xbox One S All-Digital)
Video card (GPU) AMD Sea Islands (GCN 2) Bonaire type (1.3 TFLOPS) - Launch & Xbox One S
AMD Polaris (GCN 4) Ellesmere XTL type (6 TFLOPS) - Xbox One X
Sound (audio device) 7.1 surround sound, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X
Other Originally ships with Kinect at launch in 2013 until 2014
HDMI version 
1.4 (launch model)
2.0a (S model)
2.0b (X model)

See the Wikipedia icon Wikipedia page more information about Xbox One (and it's revisions) specs.

External Links

Pages in category "Xbox One games"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.