We have been waiting for about a year. But as7;s big day goes smoother. the console, is almost here, along with the less powerful but cheaper Xbox series S. Both consoles will ship on November 10 with Xbox pre-orders starting today at 8 PT / 11:00 ET. After the train wreck it was , when retailers pulled the trigger early and sold out, in some cases within minutes, here is hoping Microsoft̵
With pre-order imminent, there have been many exciting news that can affect your upcoming purchase console decision. GameStop has announced. For example, an unwanted Xbox One X or an old PS4 Pro is worth $ 200, while a 500 GB Xbox One can drop $ 100 off the price of your new Xbox. Or if you want to buy your next console more like a smartphone – on an installment plan – there is Xbox All Access, which allows you to get a , no cost in advance.
And that’s not all: If you’re still on the fence between Xbox and PS5, you should know that Microsoft has just announced a deal to buy ZeniMax Media, a parent of Bethesda Studios. Should the deal close as expected, it would make Microsoft the owner of Doom, Fallout, Skyrim and other A-list franchises. It is currently unclear how this will affect the future gaming landscape, but it could mean anything from Xbox getting future Bethesda games first – or perhaps getting them exclusively or seeing them quickly tracked to Xbox Game Pass. There are many opportunities, to be sure.
You should be able to choose from half a dozen retailers. We will keep track of these stores and update their status below.
This is the Xbox Series X HQ for Amazon. You can read up on the console and add it to your Amazon wishlist, but there is no pre-order page yet. We will update this article as it appears.
You can satisfy your need for Series X on Walmart’s landing page, which is full of teaser videos. However, there is no pre-order page yet. We will update this article as it appears.
GameStop’s Xbox Series X Landing Page has a listing so you can get information about Series X when it becomes available. The store also has articles about the new console and a short, easy-to-digest summary of all the things we already know. However, there is no pre-order page yet. We will update the article when it appears.
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