Microsoft quietly restocked the Xbox Series X console which is currently sold out everywhere. So whether you're looking for a Father's Day gift or want to upgrade your console, here's your chance to finally score one.
Right now, you can get the Xbox Series X for its normal price of $499 (opens in new tab) from the Microsoft Store. Buy the standalone console or build your own Xbox Series X bundle with add-ons. Choose from Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $45, Xbox Wireless Controller for $49 ($10 off) or an Xbox Elite Wireless Controller for $179. And for peace of mind, you might want to include Microsoft Complete protection for $49.
Given the high demand of the Xbox Series X, finding it in stock is a gaming deal in itself.
Microsoft Xbox Series X Console: $499 @ Microsoft Store (opens in new tab)
The Microsoft Xbox Series X console is back in stock at Microsoft. You have the option to build your bundle with a 3 month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Membership and/or an Xbox wireless controller. It features 12 Teraflops of power, 4K gaming at up to 120fps (8K ready future-proof), backward compatibility and a 1TB custom SSD.
The Xbox Series X packs a Blu-Ray disc player, 8-core 3.8-GHz AMD Zen 2-based CPU and 12 Teraflops of power. It also boasts hardware-accelerated DirectX raytracing, runs 4K games at 120fps and a 1TB custom SSD. The console is also future-proof, rated to play 8K video in High Dynamic Resolution (HDR).
As per our Xbox Series X review, this console is seriously powerful, backward compatible and loads games super-fast. We also found that it runs cool and quiet which is great for long gaming sessions. We gave the Xbox Series X an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5-stars backed by our Editor's Choice award.
During testing, we ran Gears 5 in 4K at 120fps on an LG OLED TV and graphics were realistic and smooth. Witcher 3 in 4K looked better than ever on the Xbox Series X. From the stitching details in the character's armor to the striking open world environment.
Besides stunning graphics, the Xbox Series X is big on sound. It features 3D audio and support for Dolby Atmos, Virtual Surround Sound with headphones, DTS:X, and Windows Sonic. This makes for an immersive gaming experience like no other.
There's no telling how long the Xbox Series X will remain in stock so we highly recommend you act fast.