Retailing for £449.99, the Xbox Series X is an excellent console that is well worth picking up, largely because of the service-driven ecosystem it adopts that carries over all of your existing games, saves, achievements and more. The best part is – they all play better than ever. Xbox Series S comes in at the much cheaper price of £249.99.
Stock levels are sadly still fluctuating heavily across the internet, and because of the ongoing lockdown, there is no way to pop out to the shops and find one in-person, which is usually the last-ditch attempt for buyers in previous years. Despite this, there is still a chance, and we are here to help you out.
GAME is currently offering pre-orders for both consoles as part of several bundles, meaning you’ll need to pay a few extra pennies to actually get your hands on a machine with a few extra accessories. Check out all of the bundles right here before they run out for good. Keep in mind this is a pre-order, with orders made today intended to arrive later this month or perhaps even in April.
Trusted Reviews has compiled a comprehensive list of retailers below alongside their current stock status, so you have a rough idea of whether or not there’s a chance of snapping one up. We haven’t bothered putting any pricing details down, due to the fact the majority of retailers won’t waver from the vanilla asking price.
Where to buy the Xbox Series X
Where to buy the Xbox Series S
GAME is currently offering pre-orders for both consoles as part of several bundles, meaning you’ll need to pay a few extra pennies to actual get your hands on a machine with a few extra accessories. Check out all of the bundles right here before they run out for good.
We’ll be sure to update this article once stock levels stop fluctuating so much. But for right now, keep an eye on all the major retailers and with any luck, you’ll find yourself with a brand-new console before too long.