Xbox Series X restock: Microsoft Store and Argos have stock, depending on your area

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Argos has Xbox Series X stock right now, but delivery and collection will vary depending on your area. The Microsoft Store is also showing Xbox Series X stock for £449.99, but it's flashing in and out so keep refreshing the page. 

We haven't seen Argos stock either of the next-gen consoles for a while now, but with other retailers such as Game and Very appearing to be getting more stock as the month goes by, it's encouraging to see Argos getting units in at last. 

Microsoft’s flagship console is extremely popular at the moment, with Xbox Series X stock continuing to fly off the shelves as soon as it arrives. While Microsoft has promised more stock is on the way, the next-gen system continues to be hard to find.

Xbox Series X deals:

Xbox Series X: £449.99 at Argos

Xbox Series X: £449.99 at Argos
Want an Xbox Series X? Argos is showing stock for Microsoft's flagship console again but it'll greatly depend on your location. 

Xbox Series X: £449.99 at the Microsoft Store

Xbox Series X: £449.99 at the Microsoft Store
Stock is flashing in and out of the Microsoft Store right now. Keep refreshing the page until the 'Add to basket' button appears. There's no guarantees, but we've seen it appear a few times. 

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are in high demand right now, and for good reason. The flagship Xbox Series X allows for native 4K gaming thanks to its powerful 12 teraflop processor and 120fps in select titles. We've written extensively about the Xbox Series X's features in our Xbox Series X review and were impressed by Microsoft's new machine. 

Xbox Series X accessory deals

Not in the UK? Head to our where to buy Xbox Series X page, or check out the latest deals on accessories and controllers below:

Where to buy Xbox Series X in the UK

Where to buy Xbox Series S UK

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Adam was formerly TRG's Hardware Editor. A law graduate with an exceptional track record in content creation and online engagement, Adam has penned scintillating copy for various technology sites and also established his very own award-nominated video games website. He’s previously worked at Nintendo of Europe as a Content Marketing Editor and once played Halo 5: Guardians for over 51 hours for charity. He is now an editor at The Shortcut.