Xbox Series X stock is available to buy once again from GAME today
UPDATE ONE: And…it’s gone.
The Xbox Series X bundles went live just before 3.30pm UK time, and when the stock became available to buy Express.co.uk were able to get in a queue and put a console in our basket.
However, now all of the Xbox Series X bundles on the GAME website appear to be sold out.
That’s the bad news. The good news is there have been a number of Xbox Series X stock drops in the UK recently, with Argos receiving stock not too long ago as well.
It seems the Xbox Series X is getting more frequent restocks in the UK than its big rival – the PS5 – which is a positive sign for Microsoft fans eager to get hold of the powerful next-gen console.
ORIGINAL: The Xbox Series X has become available to buy at GAME again today, with Microsoft fans having to get into a queue if they want to purchase one of the next-gen bundles available.
Bundles for the Xbox Series X start from just shy of £500 and include everything you need to start gaming, with at the very least three months worth of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate included.
This will give you access to the hundreds of titles included with Xbox Game Pass, as well as the huge range of EA titles included with EA Play (which is available as part of the Ultimate plan).
First-party games included with Xbox Game Pass include Gears of War 5 and Forza Horizon 4, to name but a few.
While Xbox Game Pass also gives subcribers day one access to exclusive Xbox Series X and S games, such as Bloober Team’s upcoming survival horror title The Medium.
Xbox Series X All Access stock became available to buy earlier today but sold out fast, so it’s unclear how long the latest Xbox Series X stock drop will stick around for.
The cheapest bundle that GAME has listed is £499.96, and this include an Xbox Series X console, three months worth of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, a T-shirt and an Xbox baseball hat.
While the most expensive bundle costs £554.95, and includes the same items plus an extra white controller.
The Xbox Series X launched back in November, and has been extremely hard to come by since then.
And Microsoft has admitted that stock shortages are expected to continue for awhile longer, with stock more readily available after April.
Speaking previously, Microsoft’s Tim Stuart said: “I think we’ll continue to see supply shortages as we head into the post-holiday quarter, so Microsoft’s Q3, calendar Q1.”
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