Xbox Series X restock at Amazon today – Next-gen console sells out in matter of minutes
Amazon UK this morning restocked the Xbox Series X, with a fresh batch of consoles being listed for purchase around 8.20am today. The standalone Xbox Series X console was available to buy as were bundles. However, as has often been the case with Xbox Series X restocks, Amazon UK quickly sold out of their latest batch of consoles in a matter of minutes.
All is not lost though – at the time of writing the retailer still has the Xbox Series S as in stock and available for purchase.
The Xbox Series S on its own isn’t available to purchase from Amazon but the Series S with access to Game Pass or an extra controller is.
The Game Pass bundle is priced at just under £283 while the console with an extra controller is £294.99.
If you’re looking to purchase an Xbox Series S on its own then there are a number of other retailers that have the pint-sized next-gen machine available to purchase on its own.
Very and Smyths Toys both have the Xbox Series S listed as a standalone purchase.
In other Xbox news, this week has seen Microsoft announce a few more games that will be added to Xbox Game Pass.
The Wild at Heart, For Honor, Backbone and Darkest Dungeon are all coming to Xbox Game Pass in June.
While Ace Combat 7, Night Call, West of Dead, Wizard of Legend and Observation will be leaving the service soon.
More titles heading to Xbox Game Pass looks set to be announced at Microsoft’s upcoming E3 event.
The conference is scheduled for June 13, and will have plenty of eyes on it as it will be the first E3 event since Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda was completed.
While the latest Series X restock sold out quickly the Xbox Series S is available to buy in the UK
Bethesda’s highly anticipated space RPG Starfield – its first new IP in 25 years – is rumoured to be getting showcased during the upcoming Xbox event.
While Halo Infinite is tipped to make a comeback, ahead of its release date later this year.
Other Xbox games that could feature during the June E3 event include Forza Horizon 5 (allegedly set in Mexico), Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 and the Machine Games’ Indiana Jones game.
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