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Attention, Xbox fans: The day you’ve been waiting for is finally here. The $499(along with the $299 , its less powerful little brother) is officially available as of Tuesday, Nov. 10. The gamers of the world can now buy the new console that Microsoft touts as having “four times the processing power of the Xbox One.” It also delivers with a the vast majority of Xbox One games (everything that’s not a Kinect title), and even some Xbox 360 and original Xbox titles, too.
It’s a fair guess that you didn’t manage to preorder an Xbox back in September — the preorder window was a bust for most people. But will you be able to snag a console after Nov. 10? That’s a great question. Unlike Sony, which has announced its, Microsoft has said no such thing. So you can begin scouring online and brick-and-mortar stores for inventory, but temper your expectations. We expect limited quantities through the rest of the year.
To that end, here’s a list of the major retailers selling the Xbox Series X. You’ll want to seek out the $499 retail price, and avoid those pricy retailer bundles (where they add extraneous controllers, accessories and games).
Amazon will be selling the Xbox Series X and the less expensive Series S from this same product page.
Best Buy was the last retailer standing back in the preorder days of September, but now stands ready for your Xbox Series X purchase this week.
This is where you can purchase the Xbox Series X at Newegg come Nov. 10.
GameStop has touted “very limited number of Xbox Series X and S console bundles for purchase” in-store for today’s release. But these are expected to be high-priced bundles.
This is Target’s product page for the Xbox Series X.
If you want to get the latest on the Xbox Series X, there’s probably nowhere better than Microsoft’s own Xbox Series X home page. Here you’ll find the latest specs, announced game titles, details on the new controller and more.
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