Microsoft has not released any stock updates for several months, but the shortages of Xbox Series X have continued at a time of global chip shortages. Amazon has had little or no inventory of the Series X since the console was launched last November, and the company has not announced any new inventories at this time. Microsoft has said that Series X shares will be restricted until at least June, but it looks like the console will be in short supply well into the summer.
New consoles have not been available since mid-March, and although the product page claimed that more Xboxes will be available in May, this is just a placeholder. The online store is one of two retailers selling the Xbox All Access program.
Buying an Xbox Series X will become easier as Microsoft rolls out more shares at retailers. Ensure that you keep yourself updated on which retailers have Microsoft’s console, plans and more in stock.
Microsoft directs customers to its retailers to find out where to get their next-gen consoles. It is currently out of stock for the Xbox Series X and Series S in the US, but you can still buy and try the console using the Microsoft Store app for the Xbox One.
While the temporary policy prevents customers from buying more than one console at a time, the slow trickle of new stock has spread to many online stores and retailers, which typically sell out within minutes. Many retailers resorted to selling raffle tickets which give players the chance to buy a console, while others have resorted to in-store collections.
If a unit is not in stock, it is worth going to a physical location. Use a browser computer to see if the XBox Series X is in stock at Walmart, it will go up and down in waves.
To keep up to date, it is recommended to bookmark pages related to Xbox Series X stocks, because you never know when the next Xbox Series X resupply will take place. The best update is on the latest share price drop as soon as possible.
The past is amazing. But the future is still so much bigger than the past. Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology as the fog of information can drive out knowledge.