It took the PS4 Pro four weeks to reach the same numbers that the Xbox One X reached in just one week. If you're still on the fence about whether to buy the new mega console from Microsoft then why not check out some of our Xbox One X videos down below.
This is a result similar to that recorded by Nintendo Switch in March on the English market and slightly higher than the PlayStation 4 Pro in November 2016, the launch of the enhanced version of PlayStation 4 stopped at around 50000 pieces sold in the country.
GameIndustry.biz - who revealed the latest hardware sales data from GFK Chart-Track - noted today that the Xbox One X sold 80,000 units (up-weighted by 20% from 67,000) during its launch week in the UK.
In short - this is a great news for Team Xbox at Microsoft and Xbox fans.
It's no secret that the Xbox One X was looking to gain traction with consumers - analysts in the United Kingdom have increased sales forecasts, after strong interest in pre-orders for the device globally.
While the Xbox One X has been criticised for its first-party lineup and premium price tag, it appears this has detracted from the console's appeal - at least in the UK.
Most of the units sold belong to Project Scorpio, a limited edition that has left fans of the Xbox brand highly enthusiastic and eager to ensure its limited drive.
More than 70 games supported Xbox One X at launch, with that number set to increase each week.