GameStop is selling Xbox Series X consoles online on Monday.
There are currently two options available to players looking to pick up Microsoft’s console.
The first is a $649 bundle which includes an extra controller, a three-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription and a $50 GameStop gift card.
Xbox Series X consoles are also available to purchase with Xbox All Access.
Xbox All Access bundles allow customers to pay monthly for a new Xbox console and a Game Pass Ultimate subscription, from $24.99/£20.99 for Series S or $34.99/£28.99 for Series X, for 24 months.
Xbox Series X/S systems continue to sell faster than any previous generation of Microsoft consoles, according to the company’s gaming boss Phil Spencer.
In a New York Times interview published in January, he claimed persistent Xbox shortages were not actually a result of less consoles being produced than was the case in previous generations. Instead, scarcity has been caused by a surge in demand since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“When you think about trying to go get an Xbox or a new PlayStation right now in the market, they’re really hard to find,” Spencer said. “And it’s not because supply is smaller than it’s ever been. Supply is actually as big as it’s ever been. It’s that demand is exceeding the supply for all of us.
“At this point, we’ve sold more of this generation of Xboxes, which is Xbox Series X and S, than we had any previous version of Xboxes. So it’s our job to get the supply there to meet that demand.”