Microsoft finally opened up Xbox One X pre-orders last night at Gamescom 2017. Unsurprisingly, demand has been seriously high already, and if you're in the market for one at launch, you'll want to get your pre-order sorted as soon as possible.
Let us save you the time going through all the usual retailers. Amazon and many more are sold out in the US and UK. Actually, from our search of the usual suspects, everyone is, except for the ones below. Thankfully, we've found Xbox One X pre-order deals in both the US and UK, so don't worry about importing one (yet).
- Xbox One X pre-order £449.99 @ Game
- Xbox One X pre-order £449.99 @ Microsoft
- Xbox One X pre-order £449.99 @ Argos
- Xbox One X pre-order $499 @ Microsoft
- Xbox One X pre-order $499.99 @ Walmart
All of these Xbox One X pre-orders are for the Scorpio Edition, which is effectively a Day One Edition of the console, with some minor cosmetic changes (you'll find Project Scorpio inscribed on the console and controller).
The Scorpio Edition seems to be the default Xbox One X pre-order for now, so don't worry, you're not paying extra for this version. If the above Xbox One X pre-orders sell out, and they will, there are some Xbox One X bundle options at GameStop USA. They're not great to be honest, and require you to spend over the odds for extras you might not even want. The best of the bunch is one including an Elite controller for an extra $100.
Not quite ready to buy today? Keep an eye on our Xbox One pre-order page to stay up-to-date on the latest stock. If you want some extra reasons to get excited about the new Xbox One X, be sure to check out our picks of the best Xbox One X games so far.