Xbox One X smash PlayStation Pro sales numbers in UK

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After launching earlier this month, the Xbox One X has been quite popular with many retailers selling out at a near-constant clip.

With the Xbox One having received very little in the way of exclusives this year, it's somewhat surprising that it has performed so well in the region.

They also found that the game relied on dynamic resolution scaling, and that for the most part the Xbox One X was capable of hitting the higher-end of the resolution. This is an impressive start considering the fact that Nintendo Switch sold this much unit in the first week when it launched in March 2017. By comparison, it took the PS4 Pro four weeks to reach the same number, though there were stock issues affecting the PS4 Pro during this time.

GamesIndustry.biz reports gamers were particularly attracted to the special Project Scorpio version, which made up the majority of the sales of the machine. With Xbox traditionally seeing greater success in the USA, it will be interesting to see how the console fares across these markets in the weeks to come.

GamesIndustry.biz has contacted major United Kingdom retailers to find out more about Xbox One X's launch sales in the England: as reported, the Microsoft console has sold about 80000 units in the first week of presence on the market from 7 to 12 November.

The folks at Digital Foundry attempt to find that out by comparing the graphics of both consoles using Sledgehammer's recently-released Call of Duty: WWII, which you can check out for yourself in the video above.

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