Can you Xbox Game Share with Xbox Series X? You can use Game Share across any of Microsoft's console, and it's simpler than you think.
Despite Microsoft's confusing naming scheme, the Xbox consoles aren't necessarily the distinct units that run their own games as they seem. Looking at the Xbox as an ecosystem makes much more sense, as all of Microsoft's features will work between different models of Xbox.
Can You Xbox Game Share with Xbox Series X?
Game Share is no different, as it seamlessly will integrate and share your library no matter which Xbox you have. That means that your Xbox One games will be Game Share-able to Xbox Series X, and the same for the other way around for most games. That's because the consoles all share the same ecosystem.
Using Game Share on the Series X is the same as using it on the Xbox One. You'll need Xbox Live, and you can only Game Share with one other person. To share games, both users have to set one Xbox as their Home console.
For example, let's say you have an Xbox One and your friend has an Xbox Series X. You can log in on their Series X and set it as your home console by going to Settings, General, and then to Personalization. Now, when you use your Xbox One, you can access their games as well as long as you're logged in. Their console will also have access to your games. You can also only set your home console up to five times a year.
This only works for digital games, so you'll have to loan physical games the old fashioned way. Game Share is a great way to share Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass, but you'll have to make sure you're sharing with someone you trust. They'll have access to your entire Xbox account, so Game Share is best saved for your family or close friends.