Is there a way to make an app/game available for only xbox series s/x and not for xbox one?

Edward Marx 21 Reputation points

My game, built with Unity for UWP lags and does not play smooth, player falls through mesh, on xbox one even though the stats in the web panel show that it is using only between 50-60% gpu and cpu. I would like to try it on xbox series s and see if it works better, but only if I can specify this and sell it in the store as an xbox series s/x only game. The game works great on PC and MAC. On xbox I have an option to change to a bare bones version for slow computers, and when I change to that mode on xbox one it runs nearly exactly the same as on the non-bare bones version, so I am thinking a UWP build is limiting it ability to fully take advantage of the xbox one console, but perhaps it will work with the xbox series s. Likely to be cpu bound but does not show that in the online xbox profiler statistics.

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  1. Roy Li - MSFT 32,721 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor


    Welcome to Microsoft Q&A!

    Is there a way to make an app/game available for only xbox series s/x and not for xbox one?

    Currently, I have to say that there is no such way to do it. The Device family availability options in the Store submssion contain Windows 10 Desktop, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Xbox and etc. And you could see that no further options for specific models like Xbox series s/x or Xbox One.

    My suggestion is that you could submit a feature request in the Feedback Hub app. You could find the Feedback Hub app in the Start Menu.

    Thank you.

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