Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles are back in stock at GAME in the UK.
GAME customers can grab various Xbox Series X and S bundles by visiting the GAME website right now.
Unfortunately, however, customers will need to join a queue to get their hands on a console during the latest re-stock.
According to the listings, the Xbox Series X and S consoles will be delivered by January 31.
Customers can purchase all manner of different bundles, complete with extra controllers, Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions and other accessories.
The Xbox All Access monthly payment scheme is also available on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
At £574.94, the most expensive Xbox Series X bundles contain the 1TB console, three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, a second controller, a Dual Charger, an Xbox T-shirt, and an Xbox cap.
Alternatively, you could just buy the console by itself, which costs £449.
The most expensive Xbox Series S console bundle is available for £354.95, and contains the console, hat, T-shirt, Shock Blue controller and a charging station.
If you do buy an Xbox Series X or Series S today, then you should definitely think about picking up a subscription to Game Pass Ultimate.
The Microsoft subscription service gives members access to hundreds of games across Xbox and mobile.
This includes brand new Microsoft-published Xbox exclusives on the day they are released.
Subscribe now, for example, and you can download and play games like The Medium and Halo Infinite on the day they launch.
Considering it’s available for as little as £7.99 a month, Xbox Game Pass provides incredible value for money.
New titles are added to Game Pass on a regular basis, such as eFootball PES 2021 Season Update, Injustice 2 and The Little Acre today.
Injustice 2 is my pick of the bunch. The DC brawler contains an excellent story mode, not to mention extremely flashy special moves and lots of cool characters.
“Injustice 2 is the super-powered sequel to the hit fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us that allows players to build and power up the ultimate version of their favourite DC characters,” reads the official description.
“Injustice 2 continues the cinematic storyline as Batman and his allies work towards putting the pieces of society back together but struggle against those who would restore Superman’s Regime.”