Xbox Series X Stock Update: New Bundle Going Live Today To Dispatch Tomorrow

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If you've been struggling to get hold of the new Xbox Series X since launch, you're not alone but this may be your chance to finally secure the next-gen system.

A new bundle is due to go live today and will be dispatched tomorrow.


New Xbox Series X Bundle Going Live

Simply Games have sent out a stock alert regarding a new bundle that is due to go live later today.

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Customers that are successful will have their consoles shipped tomorrow, meaning the stock is in the warehouse and it is not just a pre-order.

The bundle will cost £649 and includes,

  • Xbox Series X console
  • 2 Xbox Series X Controllers
  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Assassin's Creed Valhalla
  • 3 Months Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
  • Revent Chat Headset
  • Revent Play and Charge Kit

While most people may not want to spend an extra £200 more than what the console costs, with stock being so low worldwide this may be the best option.

Plus, it does come with an extra controller and 2 AAA titles, so overall it works out at a decent deal.

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The Game Pass Ultimate subscription is great value for money too, as it allows instant access to over 350 games, including EA Play, on the console, PC, and mobile, as well as online play.

To register your interest in the bundle click here.


Emails will be sent to customers once the stock goes live and then it is first come first served.

There is no word on when the bundle will go live so I guess just be alert and have notifications turned on.

Other Retailers

Recently we have seen GAME, Argos, and Amazon all receive stock of the next-gen systems, but all quickly sold out, meaning buyers need to be quick if they stand any chance at grabbing a new console.

The best advice is to turn stock alerts on for every website that offers them.

Here is a list of most UK retailers that stock the new Xbox.

Xbox Series X

Xbox Series S


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