Using NordVPN on your Xbox Series X, S, One and 360 can get you earlier access to games at lower prices, protect your device and router against cyber-attacks, and let you game as anonymously and safely as possible.
You can easily set up NordVPN on your Xbox Series X, S, One and 360 via your Windows PC or router. Once connected, you’re free to enjoy a seamless gaming experience without the risk of DDoS attacks.
It’s no secret that some gamers use DDoS attacks to slow you down or shut you out of the game completely. If you become a target, multiple computers try to overwhelm your network by flooding your IP address with trash data.
Connecting to NordVPN’s secure servers can absorb a lot of the punishment from a DDoS attack. If it doesn’t stop, simply hop onto another one of our 5400+ servers.
Play new games the moment they’re released by changing your virtual location.
Don’t let network policies and region-blocks stop you getting your favourite games. NordVPN gives you access to games early, letting you purchase them at the cheapest price possible, no matter where you live.
When you connect to one of NordVPN’s 5400+ servers around the world, it hides your IP address, making any service or website think you’re connecting from where the VPN server is. Your country’s internet restrictions no longer apply, giving you early access to the best games at the lowest prices.
Shorter connection routes between you and the gaming servers can reduce lag and in-game delay. Connect to a NordVPN server closest to the game’s own servers, and get an advantage over other players.
With 5400+ servers across 59 countries to choose from, NordVPN lets you switch between servers to get the fastest connection speeds possible.
Stay safe with double VPN for Xbox Series X, S, One and hundreds of gaming-optimized servers to choose from. With no record of activity or session data, you can play as anonymously as possible.
What’s more, NordVPN secures your connection with powerful AES 256-bit encryption, giving you unparalleled protection against snooping ISPs and third parties.