New Xbox one x 1 tb+ wolfenstein-ii-the-new-colossus £469.71 - Shopto
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New Xbox one x 1 tb+ wolfenstein-ii-the-new-colossus £469.71 - Shopto

£469.71ShopTo Deals
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Found 10th Nov
I know not a big deal, but good offer together...

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Heat for this anybody else doing this deal thanks

Heat. Damn sight better than £600 from Littlewoods.

Heat for price, if you dont have a 4k TV though, you may regret the purchase

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Do you know if they can do vat refunds?as im visiting london but not from the eu

I don't have 4k TV and I have slow internet speed. I read that some Xbox X games will have maybe 100 gig patch to upgrade game to 4k. Does this sort of patch have to be downloaded regardless of your TV or can it be left and only have to download the usual game patch. Bit worried about purchasing a Xbox X then getting lumbered with these huge 4k patches that I don't need. 100 gig would take me about 20 hours. Lol. Thanks for any advice.

Anyone help as I'm a bit out of touch with gaming (2 kids does that) my young lad 8, loves gaming and currently makes do with my old xbox-360, loves it, loves Minecraft and all FPS, (we frequently play split screen local multimedia together) has mentioned he wants new Xbox one for Xmas, can't decide between one X or S, he isn't that bothered about graphics, just games and game play, we have a big telly in the play / games room 50" but it's not a fancy 4k thing just a HD (full I think), have a fancy 4k telly in lounge but no gaming in there (wife), concerned re the S being outdated soon and new games only being on X and also would like to get VR should Microsoft launch one..... Do I get a S with a better package more games extra control etc or get the X and let him build up games etc slowly. A bit stuck here
Edited by: "LPKLPKLPK" 10th Nov

LPKLPKLPK4 m ago

Anyone help as I'm a bit out of touch with gaming (2 kids does that) my …Anyone help as I'm a bit out of touch with gaming (2 kids does that) my young lad 8, loves gaming and currently makes do with my old xbox-360, loves it, loves Minecraft and all FPS, (we frequently play split screen local multimedia together) has mentioned he wants new Xbox one for Xmas, can't decide between one X or S, he isn't that bothered about graphics, just games and game play, we have a big telly in the play / games room 50" but it's not a fancy 4k thing just a HD (full I think), have a fancy 4k telly in lounge but no gaming in there (wife), concerned re the S being outdated soon and new games only being on X and also would like to get VR should Microsoft launch one..... Do I get a S with a better package more games extra control etc or get the X and let him build up games etc slowly. A bit stuck here

Don't think the S will be outdated for along time, not sure what the plans are in respect to solely exclusive X titles but don't think Microsoft are planning on doing that yet? From your description it sounds like the S is the best way to go, much more value for money at the minute and more in line to your needs... My opinion anyway!

LPKLPKLPK4 h, 8 m ago

Anyone help as I'm a bit out of touch with gaming (2 kids does that) my …Anyone help as I'm a bit out of touch with gaming (2 kids does that) my young lad 8, loves gaming and currently makes do with my old xbox-360, loves it, loves Minecraft and all FPS, (we frequently play split screen local multimedia together) has mentioned he wants new Xbox one for Xmas, can't decide between one X or S, he isn't that bothered about graphics, just games and game play, we have a big telly in the play / games room 50" but it's not a fancy 4k thing just a HD (full I think), have a fancy 4k telly in lounge but no gaming in there (wife), concerned re the S being outdated soon and new games only being on X and also would like to get VR should Microsoft launch one..... Do I get a S with a better package more games extra control etc or get the X and let him build up games etc slowly. A bit stuck here


The S is cheap as chips these days so it's not too painful on the pocket.
The X is really only advisable if you have a 4K TV for gaming, but since you said he's not that fussed about graphics, I'd definitely advise going for the S.
There are no official plans from Microsoft to make X-exclusive games - any game that's playable on the X is playable on the S (albeit at non-4K resolution).

topper634 h, 33 m ago

I don't have 4k TV and I have slow internet speed. I read that some Xbox X …I don't have 4k TV and I have slow internet speed. I read that some Xbox X games will have maybe 100 gig patch to upgrade game to 4k. Does this sort of patch have to be downloaded regardless of your TV or can it be left and only have to download the usual game patch. Bit worried about purchasing a Xbox X then getting lumbered with these huge 4k patches that I don't need. 100 gig would take me about 20 hours. Lol. Thanks for any advice.


Its a good question and something I've been discussing with a friend of mine. We both love our Xbox Ones and he bought the X but I decided to wait. He took this week off and has spent most of it downloading huge patches. Regardless of if you have a 4k TV or not, the X will download the massive patches and then downsample the 4k textures, so in essence on a 1080p screen it will look very impressive and crisper/smoother. However on his 40mb connection it has taken hours to just get to the point where he can play a game. The games he has played like Halo 5 look incredible.

Certainly this has put me off to the point where I'll wait until I can afford a 4tb external drive along with the X. The 1tb internal won't last long at all. Have a look on the web and you can see the size of the patches for things like Quantum Break. Witcher 3 and many others are in the process of being patched. Don't get me wrong the console looks immense and I'll be having one but internet speeds will limited people to a degree. Microsoft have said they are looking to see if they can get the patches smaller for the future i.e compressed somehow. Also I read that they were going to let you download the 4k textures to an Xbox One and then transition to an X but I'm not sure if this ever happened...

Cheese guys, anyone heard about VR prospect's for either

LPKLPKLPK4 h, 38 m ago

Anyone help as I'm a bit out of touch with gaming (2 kids does that) my …Anyone help as I'm a bit out of touch with gaming (2 kids does that) my young lad 8, loves gaming and currently makes do with my old xbox-360, loves it, loves Minecraft and all FPS, (we frequently play split screen local multimedia together) has mentioned he wants new Xbox one for Xmas, can't decide between one X or S, he isn't that bothered about graphics, just games and game play, we have a big telly in the play / games room 50" but it's not a fancy 4k thing just a HD (full I think), have a fancy 4k telly in lounge but no gaming in there (wife), concerned re the S being outdated soon and new games only being on X and also would like to get VR should Microsoft launch one..... Do I get a S with a better package more games extra control etc or get the X and let him build up games etc slowly. A bit stuck here


To be honest the price of the amazing deals on the Xbox One S are making me consider trading in my old Xbox One. Factor in you can get a console and about 6 games for about 260 pounds or so. I think with your son being 8, he isn't at the age yet (I hope) where he is going to ask 'Daddy why are these textures not in 4k?'. Factor in the need really for a large external drive (due to the size of the 4k patches as per my other comment on here) and extra controllers/Xbox live and suddenly the X looks pretty expensive. With the X you won't of course have any games whereas with the S you'd be able to get your son minecraft etc in with the deals.

I was lucky to have an Xbox One bought for me when it was originally released for Xmas. The console now with all of its dashboard updates etc is so much better than when it first launched, likewise with the 360.

So I'd personally in your shoes wait till Black Friday/start of December and see if I could get even more for my money on the Xbox One S packages. Places like ShopTo and even Microsoft are really pricing it well to shift units now the X is out. The kids I'm sure will be more than chuffed for Xmas. On the S you still have a 4k blu ray player to show off the TV in the lounge if needed. Give it 6 months to a year like me and the X will be in a position where its much more affordable but with a better dashboard/better support from developers who understand how to program for it. Hope in some way this helps...

Great, thanks. Anyone know of anywhere you can make your own package, pick which games you want etc

crazyshelby2 h, 23 m ago

Its a good question and something I've been discussing with a friend of …Its a good question and something I've been discussing with a friend of mine. We both love our Xbox Ones and he bought the X but I decided to wait. He took this week off and has spent most of it downloading huge patches. Regardless of if you have a 4k TV or not, the X will download the massive patches and then downsample the 4k textures, so in essence on a 1080p screen it will look very impressive and crisper/smoother. However on his 40mb connection it has taken hours to just get to the point where he can play a game. The games he has played like Halo 5 look incredible.Certainly this has put me off to the point where I'll wait until I can afford a 4tb external drive along with the X. The 1tb internal won't last long at all. Have a look on the web and you can see the size of the patches for things like Quantum Break. Witcher 3 and many others are in the process of being patched. Don't get me wrong the console looks immense and I'll be having one but internet speeds will limited people to a degree. Microsoft have said they are looking to see if they can get the patches smaller for the future i.e compressed somehow. Also I read that they were going to let you download the 4k textures to an Xbox One and then transition to an X but I'm not sure if this ever happened...


Thanks for reply. I understand from this that I will have to download the 4k updates regardless. I was hoping you would be given the choice. This will rule out the Xbox X for me as only have 5mb connection! Pity as I was thinking of getting 4k TV later but the unnecessary downloads for present TV has certainly put me off. Looks like will be Xbox s or would I have same problem on that as it is 4k as well?
Edited by: "topper63" 10th Nov

topper6320 m ago

Thanks for reply. I understand from this that I will have to download the …Thanks for reply. I understand from this that I will have to download the 4k updates regardless. I was hoping you would be given the choice. This will rule out the Xbox X for me as only have 5mb connection! Pity as I was thinking of getting 4k TV later but the unnecessary downloads for present TV has certainly put me off. Looks like will be Xbox s or would I have same problem on that as it is 4k as well?


No worries, I like you am disappointed as I thought you could perhaps choose whether you wanted 4k updates etc. I think perhaps more could have been said about this via Microsoft to make people aware. I'm on a 200mb connection but I'm still not biting at the current price point. I believe the S doesn't download the massive updates, as it is doing a mini upscale of the older textures to 4k. Obviously this wont look as good as the 4k textures on the X (downsamping to a 1080p TV or native/scaled on a 4k TV). It's worth doing some research on the web but its hard to resist the S game bundle prices at the minute. I've got the old Xbox One still but with how good Creed Origins and Wolf 2 run on it, I think the old dogs still got some life left!

crazyshelby5 h, 32 m ago

No worries, I like you am disappointed as I thought you could perhaps …No worries, I like you am disappointed as I thought you could perhaps choose whether you wanted 4k updates etc. I think perhaps more could have been said about this via Microsoft to make people aware. I'm on a 200mb connection but I'm still not biting at the current price point. I believe the S doesn't download the massive updates, as it is doing a mini upscale of the older textures to 4k. Obviously this wont look as good as the 4k textures on the X (downsamping to a 1080p TV or native/scaled on a 4k TV). It's worth doing some research on the web but its hard to resist the S game bundle prices at the minute. I've got the old Xbox One still but with how good Creed Origins and Wolf 2 run on it, I think the old dogs still got some life left!


Thanks again. I think I will get an s for time being. Hopefully later games will have all 4k info on disk and be no need for gigantic downloads. Will get the X then.
Edited by: "topper63" 11th Nov
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