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UK retailers are expected to release at least one more batch of Xbox Series X consoles this week.

And if you were searching for the cheaper Xbox Series S, you’re in luck, as they can be bought right now.

The Xbox Series S doesn’t boast the same firepower as the Xbox Series X, but it isn’t suffering from the same stock shortages.

On January 27, Xbox Series S stock can still bed found on the UK Microsoft website, which means you can still snap up a next-gen console.

It’s unclear how long they will stick around, and it’s likely that they will be sold out in the coming hours.

For those wondering what the difference is between the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles, the primary difference is in resolution, disc-drive and hard-drive space.

“Through talking to our customers, we found that many of our fans prioritize framerate over resolution, so we wanted to build a console that didn’t require a 4K TV, a message from Microsoft explains.

“Xbox Series S delivers approximately 3x the GPU performance of Xbox One and was designed to play games at 1440p at 60 frames per second, with support for up to 120fps.

“With the increased efficiency we get from the next generation AMD RDNA 2 graphics architecture combined with the virtual memory multipliers enabled through the Xbox Velocity Architecture, Xbox Series S will deliver performance and experiences well beyond the raw specs.”

When it comes to the return of Xbox Series X stock this week, we know that more will be released by Box.co.uk via a ballot system.

There is still time to enter with an email, as Box hasn’t confirmed a time for when the ballot will begin.

Other retailers worth checking over the coming days are Argos, Currys and GAME. But without a firm release schedule, it isn’t easy to know exactly when things will be made available.

The stock has been going live at all different times, meaning it can all be down to luck when not using a ballot system.

It follows news from Microsoft regarding the successful launch of the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.

The company revealed its second fiscal quarter results, ending December 31, 2020, which included Microsoft’s quarterly gaming revenue jumping 51% year-over-year.

Revenue grew 87% over the same period, with CEO Satya Nadella revealing this week:

“The launch of Xbox Series X and Series S was the most successful in our history with the most devices ever sold in a launch month.”

Adding: We are gaining console share as gamers recognise the value of our broader ecosystem.”

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