Xbox Series X restock sold out at Microsoft — where to find inventory next

Xbox Series X restock
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Update: Microsoft is now sold out of consoles. Make sure to follow our Xbox Series X restock guide for hints on the next console drop. Also, check out our Black Friday Xbox Series X deals coverage for the best early deals on games and more. 

The Microsoft Store is back with a limited Xbox Series X restock. The retailer has the Xbox Series X in stock for $499.99 via this link

We've noticed inventory has been coming in and out since just after 6 p.m. ET. If you click the link and it's out of stock, wait a few minutes and refresh the page. Or try opening the link via an incognito web browser. 

Microsoft Store Xbox Series X restock (sold out)

Xbox Series X: $499 @ Microsoft Store

Xbox Series X: $499 @ Microsoft Store
The Xbox Series X is Microsoft's new flagship console. It features 12 teraflops of graphics power, 16GB of RAM, 1TB SSD, and Blu-ray drive. It runs games at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second with a max of 8K at 120 fps. The Editor's Choice console represents the pinnacle of Microsoft's gaming efforts. If you see it sold out, try opening the link via an incognito Web browser.

Xbox Series S: $299 @ best Buy

Xbox Series S: $299 @ best Buy (check stock)
The more affordable next-gen Xbox Series S is limited to 1440p output, but still delivers fast loading, ray tracing, and high frame rates. It sports a GPU with up to 4 teraflops of output, 10GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD for storage. (There's no disc drive). 

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