Xbox Series X Restock Updates for GameStop, Walmart, Best Buy and More

The Xbox Series X was more available on Thursday than it has been for a while, with multiple retailers releasing more stock. The Xbox Series X has been widely unavailable since it was released in November 2020, with Xbox fans having to wait for sporadic releases that often feature very limited quantities.

But yesterday, retailers like GameStop, Best Buy, and Walmart all released more Xbox Series X|S consoles, giving gamers a chance to get their hands on the next-gen Microsoft console.

Find out below what the latest Xbox Series X and Series S stock situation is at major retailers and how to increase your chances of purchasing a console when they next become available.

GameStop Xbox Series X Restock

GameStop restocked the Xbox Series X yesterday, including an Xbox Series X bundle featuring Assassin's Creed Valhalla and a $20 GameStop gift card.

GameStop gave its Twitter followers a heads-up about the Thursday restock the day before. The retailer also released PS5 and Nintendo Switch consoles, alongside the Xbox Series X.

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Best Buy Xbox Series X Restock

Best Buy restocked the Xbox Series X yesterday but did not announce the restock ahead of time. The Xbox consoles and bundles have since sold out.

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Walmart Xbox Series X Restock

Walmart released more Xbox Series X|S stock at 3 p.m. ET on Thursday. The retailer alerted customers around an hour before. Gamers were also alerted by @Wario64 on Twitter, who notified his followers soon after the announcement was made.

The Xbox Series X is still available with Xbox All Access via Walmart, but the Xbox Series S is sold out.

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Xbox Series X
The Xbox Series X was released at a few retailers, like GameStop and Walmart, on January 21, 2020. Microsoft/Xbox

Target Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X features in a leaked Target weekly ad for next week. An Xbox restock has not been confirmed by the retailer, but if the ad turns out to be accurate, Xbox fans should pay attention to Target next week.

The leaked ad does not reveal when next week the consoles could become available, so gamers should keep a close eye on Target and Xbox restock accounts on Twitter over the next few days to be ready when the consoles are restocked.

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Be sure to follow Xbox restock accounts on Twitter, as they often share links to consoles as soon as they become available. These accounts are also how many gamers find out about restocks, especially when retailers release more stock without letting their customers know.

Plus, check back at Newsweek for more updates on the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.

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