You’ve heard the news surrounding the Xbox Series X | S pre-orders and undoubtedly been scratching your head as to which version of the Xbox Series you’ll be getting. Will you be going all out and buying the Xbox Series X with its 4K support, 1 TB capacity, and 12.15 teraflops of power or the lesser all-digital Xbox Series S with its 1440p support, 500GB capacity, and 4 teraflops of power? Depends on how you are going to use it, but you better make the decision fast as pre-orders are less than a week away.
As of this writing, several retailers have their Xbox Series X | S intro pages welcoming gamers to sign up for notifications to when pre-orders will go live. The retailers below will all participate in the Xbox All Access where gamers can pay monthly for an Xbox and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for 2 years without buying the console up front, albeit saving some funds to buy those launch games.
Online and brick-and-mortar retailers offering Xbox Series X | S Pre-orders on September 22, 2020, with the Xbox All Access plan.
Pre-orders will also be available through Amazon.com but without the ability to purchase the console through the Xbox All Access plan. No pre-order information has been given regarding the Seagate Storage Expansion Cards but users can sign up to receive more information when the time comes.