Gamers on the lookout for the Xbox Series X in luck after the elusive console was restocked by some major High Street chains.
Supply chain issues have dogged the release of the console amid the festive rush.
It contributed to the production of the in-demand machine slowing to a virtual halt.
However, it now appears that stock is slowly returning to some stores, while the Xbox Series S is available to by almost everywhere.
Game, Amazon and Currys currently have the Series X device in stock online, while The Independent is reporting that some branches of Game and Smyths Toys also have it in stock in some branches.
Asda also appears to have stock online, priced at £499.99.
Game has several different packages available, including the device, plus a wireless controller and Halo Infinite for £664.97, while there is also a FIFA 22 bundle for £647.97.
Amazon has a plethora of different packages available for the S series, but just three for the X version.
The stand-alone box is in stock for the lowest price of £449.99, or a version with the critically acclaimed game Back 4 Blood is on offer at £474.98 – down 6% from £509.98.
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There is also a bundle with the limited edition version of Far Cry 6 available for just £487.98 – or five monthly payments of £97.60 using Amazon's new zero per cent interest feature.
Currys also has the box in stock, but their bundles include a 1 terabyte expansion hard drive alongside it for £659, or the device and a wireless controller for £589.
The latter store only has the item as a delivery option only, so collection from store in time for Christmas Day is not possible.
However, by the time you've finished reading this, the Daily Star can not guarantee these stock levels are still accurate.
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