When GameStop isn’t causing a stock market frenzy, it turns out… the retailer actually sells video games! GameStop will have various PS5 and Xbox Series X console bundles available today for online-only purchase.
As always, we don’t know yet exactly when these will be available or how much inventory is available, but we definitely know they won’t last long. Here’s hoping you’re able to get one. (Tip: GameStop recommends clearing out your cart and making sure you’re signed into your account.)
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The Series S plays all the same games as the $499 Xbox Series X, but it’s capped at 1440p resolution, has half as much storage (500GB versus 1TB) and lacks the Series X’s Blu-ray player. It costs less and would be a good choice depending on your setup — if you don’t have a 4K TV, for example.
This bundle includes a second controller and three months of Xbox Game Pass. Read our Xbox Series S review.
Two controllers and a three-month Xbox Game Pass subscription round out this mini bundle.
In addition to the console, you get a second controller, a one-year PlayStation Plus subscription, a $50 PlayStation Store credit and a $20 GameStop gift card. Read our PS5 review.
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