On November 10, the next generation of Xbox consoles went on sale with the arrival of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The launch of the two machines was truly atypical, not because of the systems themselves, but because of the year in which launched amid the global health crisis due to Covid-19.
The Xbox Series X pre-order campaign kicked off on September 20, 2020 with two months to go. At first, all the reserve units serviced by both Microsoft and retail flew in minutes and from that point on, getting an Xbox Series X was quite an odyssey.
Xbox Series X: 2 months after launch
Since both consoles went on sale we have seen how much easier it is to get an Xbox Series S than an Xbox Series X. While the first units have been restocked both in Europe and in Europe. other countries, the seconds were hardly released under reservation and in no case were they seen on the shelves of available stores. Microsoft has repeatedly commented that they continue to work on improving production, the current situation caused by the pandemic makes it impossible to manufacture more consoles, and all of those coming out already have an end buyer.
The situation that we see in Europe is a replica of what we can see in other countries, stores like Amazon
Some analysts have predicted that there will be no opportunity to purchase next-gen consoles until at least April 2021, so if you’re still waiting to get yours, we recommend arming yourself with patience and sticking to it. listening to official channels to see firsthand when stock is available.