According to The Verge, the Xbox Series X is now available on Microsoft’s website, Best Buy and Walmart for the standard retail price of $499.99 (about $3,369.93).
The outlet says it’s not sure if this means the shortage of Xbox Series X is over, but its availability seems to be improving across the board.
On May 14 of last year, the country’s Xbox next-generation console was released, with the Xbox Series X priced at $3,899 and the Xbox Series S priced at $2,399.
The Xbox Series X is still out of stock, and Microsoft launches a limited lottery to buy it every once in a while. 130 units will be available on July 25 for national players to buy.
The Xbox Series X is equipped with AMD’s custom APU, Zen2 CPU + RDNA2 GPU, and a graphics card with 52 CU groups, i.e. 3328 stream processors. Memory / memory capacity is 16GB GDDR6, with 1TB custom NVME SSD, expandable storage 1TB expansion card, performance target is 4K @ 60 fps, up to 120 fps.