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Xbox Series S and X UK Sales Bounced 76% on the Starfield Blastoff

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Bethesda’s Stanfield has been a spectacular, innovative RPG game since the studio put an end to Fallout. But we will never know that Stanfield made the sales of Microsoft consoles a whopping business with an indefatigable approach. The game marks the Microsoft Xbox exclusive spin-off generated from Microsoft’s staggering $7.5 billion acquisition of Bethesda. We have been hearing stories that are perhaps not attached to any strings.

The reviews for Stanfield are pouring in, which is an excellent insight to be jotted down. It justifies every effort kept inside the game and the choice of being deposited as Microsoft’s exclusive position. It bends into it until it completely slips into the realm of a bog-standard console.

GfK data shows that Xbox Series S and X sales suddenly skyrocketed to 76% week-on-week for the seven days marking September 2nd.

GfK Games boss Dorian Bloch says the week is the best this year for Xbox Series S and X hardware sales in the UK. At the same time, the week ending September 9th sits in the second position this week. Therefore, the abrupt proliferation in sales is due to Stanfield and the introduction of the new Xbox Series S 1TB edition, which accounted for 24% of all Xbox consoles sold that week.

Even though the new version of the Xbox Series S is approximately £50 more expensive than the standard Series S model, in the meantime, the classic Xbox Series X console secured a 46% uplift in sales for the week ending September 2nd in the UK.

“It is currently the best week this year for Series X,” Bloch says. “And the following week [ending September 9th] is the fourth best for X. In-between are weeks one and six, which were early-year blips.”

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