Xbox Series X stock: that’s it, it’s here

Mark the day with white chalk: Microsoft’s most wanted video game console, the Xbox Series X, is available! If you want to buy it, do not waste a minute, we would be surprised if the stock lasts long.

Xbox Series X: finally available again, so don’t waste a second

If this news is published it is because we have just seen the arrival of the Microsoft video game console. The much sought after Xbox Series X is almost constantly out of stock, but that’s it, it’s here. In general, Xbox Series X stocks never last more than a few minutes. Quickly click on the first link below!

‘Update 03/24/2022 at 12:07: Exhausted.

Update 03/24/2022 at 11:20 am: the Xbox Series X is available in the
fnac !

Update 03/24/2022 at 11:04 am: Exhausted.

Update 03/24/2022 at 08:44: Xbox Series X is available at Carrefour !

Don’t panic if you missed it this time, this news will be updated if the new Xbox Series X is available for purchase soon!

Yes, in France, the Xbox Series X is a slightly less popular console than Sony’s PS5. Does this mean that Microsoft should be ashamed of its numbers in France? Away from. Series X is a huge success and all the lights are green on the Xbox side (no pun intended).

This success also comes at a high price: the Series X has been consistently out of stock since its launch almost a year and a half ago. The situation has been complicated for the world of technology in general for a long time and, according to analysts, the situation is far from ready to calm down.

At the moment, we are in the midst of a shortage of electronic components. But that is not all. We must also talk about the health crisis that has amplified all the problems, the tense global geopolitical situation, the rise in energy prices, raw materials, freight… in short, it is tense.

This is no reason to despair. As you can see today, there are regular little Xbox Series X arrivals, and we’ll keep you updated by the minute. Part of our job is to keep our eyes glued to stocks, we have access to the most up-to-date information, so count on us!

The first solution to this problem is very simple: head to Xbox Series S. Less demanding, the light version of Xbox Series X is still available. The Xbox Series S costs much less than the Series X, has a much more compact form factor, and is capable of playing absolutely every next-gen game coming out on the Series X. The counterpart? It is not capable of sending 4K and has no disk drive.

If you don’t want to commit and are only interested in the X Series, we understand you. There is no mystery there, only patience and determination end up bearing fruit. More specifically, you will have to be quite rigorous in your research methods. We tell you everything we know.

First of all, we strongly recommend that you create an account with almost all the big e-commerce sites. When Xbox Series X is in stock, you don’t have time to enter your payment or shipping information. Once this is done, please keep a close eye on our site. At JV, we always keep you informed live!

There are PS5 arrivals almost every day. For Xbox Series X, it’s a different matter. If you see it once a week, it’s already huge. In addition to JV alerts, we recommend that you keep a few tabs open. There is no magic place, where the Xbox is most likely to appear is among the more traditional online merchants.

  • Check Xbox Series X inventory on Amazon
  • Check Xbox Series X stock at Fnac
  • Check Xbox Series X stock on Cdiscount
  • Check Xbox Series X stock at Micromania
  • Check Xbox Series X stock at Leclerc

The Xbox Series X is an exceptional game console

We have no interest in fueling the rivalry that exists between Sony fans and Microsoft fans. Both machines have strengths. However, we would like to point out that there is much more than a difference in design and exclusive games between the two manufacturers’ machines.

At JV Tech, we like to stick our noses into hardware products. Behind the plastic shells, there are significant differences. The Series X has for this the famous Velocity architecture that connects the SSD, the processor and the RAM of the console. So Microsoft can show the world its pride in having the fastest computing machine in the history of home consoles.

Let’s get a bit technical, sorry for the jargon. The latest Xbox has 12 teraflops on the clock, a 3.8GHz 8-core processor, 16GB of GDDR6 RAM… it looks like a powerful PC gamer. When it comes to hard core hardware, the Series X is a fighter jet.

Console storage is provided by a particularly fast SSD. This has a double interest. First of all, the most logical, your data is stored very quickly. Then, and most importantly, your game load times are reduced to almost zero. For the dive, that changes everything.

Although very few games are capable of doing this today, the Series X is a console capable of running titles in 4K 120 FPS. In theory, the console is even capable of displaying 8K in compatible movies and games. We have some leeway before developers catch up with the technological advancement that next-gen consoles have.

After hardware, software: Xbox GamePass is surely the best asset of Xbox Series X

As you may have understood, Microsoft has bet heavily on the specific attack force of the team itself. The controller that can be used on a PC, the console that looks like a PC gamer’s mainframe, etc. However, the great strength of Xbox and its link to the world of PC gaming lies, in our opinion, elsewhere.

With GamePass, Microsoft is going far beyond simply offering a more powerful machine. The American company is revolutionizing the video game and software market. After the acquisition of many game development studios, GamePass has become an essential service.

A true Netflix of video games, GamePass allows you to download tons of games, including the latest Micosoft titles, for a monthly subscription at a very fair cost compared to the service offered.

The Xbox Series X is a powerful machine, to be sure, but it’s also designed for GamePass: its interface is specifically designed to embed the service at the heart of the user experience.

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