If you're in the market for a new Xbox One, there's a variety of consoles to choose from. While the standard units are most common, Microsoft regularly introduces limited edition and special edition designs that add a unique flair to the device family. From simple alternate colors to outstanding creations inspired by major franchises, we've wrapped up every Xbox One console widely manufactured so far.

Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition

Microsoft first discussed the Xbox One X at E3 2016, under its codename, "Project Scorpio." While the Project Scorpio branding was eventually ditched in favor of a consumer-friendly alternative, the history behind it still resonated among fans.

Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition pays homage to this journey, with a limited edition console design sporting the branding. The most outstanding trait of the console is its two-tone gray and black gradient, with sharp green text above the disc tray. A unique Xbox One controller design and an official vertical stand also ship with this bundle.

Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition was first available for the console's launch. While limited availability means few retailers stock the item, select locations have been known to unearth units. Just don't be surprised at having to pay more than its $499.99 retail price.

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Xbox One X

As the latest entry in the Xbox console family, the Xbox One X delivers a variety of cutting-edge features as a true flagship for Microsoft. With a significant bump in resources, the console's six teraflops of computational power make for the most powerful console on the market.

While the additional overhead allows from improvements to existing titles, "Xbox One X Enhanced" games are where the console truly shines. Designed to specifically leverage the hardware improvements, many can achieve 4K resolution, output a High Dynamic Range (HDR) image and consistently push high frame rates.

It won't come cheap in comparison to its predecessors – the standard model is a $499 package, not factoring in the additional accessories required to take full advantage of the console. But if you're looking for the best-looking console experience money can buy, look no further than Xbox One X.

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Xbox One S Minecraft Limited Edition

Drawing heavy inspiration from Microsoft's blocky adventure game, the Xbox One S Minecraft Limited Edition console provides a look plucked straight out of the game's world. Designed with a pixelated pattern resembling the game's grass block, you'll find few consoles as easily identifiable as this. On the rear, a transparent plate reveals a pattern of redstone workings, alongside an accompanying "Creeper" controller and custom sounds for hardware buttons.

The Minecraft Limited Edition Xbox One S was produced in limited numbers, however, stock still remains priced at $299.

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Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Military Green Special Edition

Tying into the launch of Battlefield 1, Electronic Arts' brutal First World War shooter, Microsoft released a limited edition "military green" variant of the 1TB Xbox One S. Released in bundles alongside a digital copy of the game, this console and controller duo fit right into battles across Europe. Although the bundle is no longer in production, remaining units are still obtainable from several third-party resellers above its $299 suggested retail price.

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Xbox One S Deep Blue Special Edition

This variant of the Xbox One S comes in a "Deep Blue" colorway, adopting the revised hardware in a dark aquatic theme. This color was only available on 500GB units in select regions, via bundles with matching controllers and a game. Deep Blue Xbox One S bundles were sold in late 2016, alongside copies of Gears of War 4, Battlefield 1 or FIFA 17. While these bundles have since been discontinued, the console can still be obtained through select sellers for around $300.

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Xbox One S Storm Grey Special Edition

The Storm Grey Xbox One S puts a darker tone on the console, with a matte grey finish. Sold alongside the Deep Blue console, this color was offered in late 2016 across various 500GB bundles of Battlefield 1 and Gears of War 4. These consoles have similarly been discontinued, however, stock remains for a price of around $300 from some sellers.

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Xbox One S Gears of War 4 Limited Edition

The launch of Gears of War 4 was paired with a variety of accessories – one of the most outstanding being its branded limited edition Xbox One S. As the only version of the console offering more than a simple color swap, it features a rough look scuffed with laser-etched wear. This limited edition console is hard to find today and remaining sellers price the console way above its retail price.

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Xbox One S

The Xbox One S was the first major revision of the Xbox One console, shifting away from its large, unwieldly form factor, to a design still used today. Shrinking its volume by 40 percent, adopting an internal power supply, and ushering a new era of sleek hardware design, the Xbox One S emerged as one of the platform's most impressive devices so far.

One of the biggest draws of Xbox One S is its integrated 4K Blu-ray player, which allows for 4K HDR content on the console. This also marked the debut of HDR technology for games, with a library of titles still growing today.

The Xbox One S is now seen as the entry level for Xbox consoles, starting at $249 for 500GB bundles, with 1TB and 2TB models also available. The standard white console is most common and included in most bundles.

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Xbox One Elite

While the Xbox One Elite console was only a relatively minor evolution of the original design, the bundle delivered some welcome improvements. The obvious draw of the bundle was its included Xbox One Elite controller, though its 1TB solid state hybrid drive brought some welcome performance improvements, too. With this setup, Microsoft promised a 20 percent faster boot up, with general speed improvements across the board. This line of consoles has since been discontinued, with both new and used consoles fetching high prices.

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Xbox One Halo 5: Guardians Limited Edition

Accompanying the biggest entry to the Halo franchise on Xbox One, the Halo 5: Guardians limited edition console offers a sleek and modern finish inspired by its universe. Plated with a chrome-style design and blue highlights, the console takes direct inspiration from "Spartan Locke" and "Forerunner" architecture. The console also features custom sounds, alongside an accompanying Spartan Locke-themed controller. Pricing on this console hugely varies, but often reaches over $400.

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Xbox One Forza Motorsport 6 Limited Edition

Racing on store shelves for the launch of Forza Motorsport 6, this limited edition console embraces a clean design inspired by motorsport culture. Featuring thick racing stripes down the console's left-hand side, accents influenced by automotive design, and a range of custom sounds, this device is the closest you'll get to being on the track. This version is now hard to come by, with few remaining consoles offered at varying prices.

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Xbox One Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Limited Edition

Paired with the launch of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, this special edition is the only official Xbox One console based on the world-famous shooter franchise. Packing a grey and gold finish and "Sentinel Task Force" branding, the design offers a worn, military-inspired style.

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Xbox One White Special Edition

The first white Xbox One console arrived in late 2014, accompanying the launch of the action and adventure game, Sunset Overdrive. Deviating from the previous standard black consoles, the bundle offered a truly unique design that stood out against other hardware variants on the market. This console would also be repackaged under a second bundle for Halo: The Master Chief Collection later that year.

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Xbox One (Matte revision)

Less than a year after the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft made the decision to ditch Kinect, selling the console without the ill-fated motion controller. Shortly after this shift, a decision was made to revise the console's design, adopting new matte black panels across the device. This eased general wear, after its previous glossy panel was prone to collecting scratches.

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Xbox One Launch Team Limited Edition

This variant of the Xbox One was produced for launch and distributed exclusively to select Microsoft employees that worked on the console. Without distinct limited edition consoles until late 2014, the device came in an exclusive glossy white, with "I Made This, Launch Team 2013" on the controller and console itself. With these consoles extremely limited to a subset of employees, finding one on auction sites won't be cheap.

Xbox One Day One Limited Edition

Commemorating the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft released a limited batch of "Day One Edition" bundles for early adopters. While the hardware remained essentially identical to its standard counterpart, the console was accompanied by an exclusive branded controller. Despite its various goodies for early adopters, the Day One Edition was priced at the same $499 price point as the standard edition. While relatively limited at release, it's still possible to obtain used devices.

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Xbox One (with Kinect)

It's big, bulky and gets the job done – the original Xbox One may not be pretty but it laid the foundation for the console generation. With a black glossy finish, the original Xbox One was designed to fit straight in your home entertainment center, after a strong push for its media capabilities. The console was also sold exclusively with the Kinect sensor at launch, priced in a $499 bundled package. Today, used consoles are the cheapest entry point into the Xbox One family.

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Over to you!

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