If you are an Xbox fan, then there is some good news for you guys. Pre-orders for Series S and Xbox Series X India will start from 9 am IST on 22nd September. This is no rumour as the news has been announced by Microsoft India.
Both Series S and Series X will be made available on eCommerce sites including Flipkart, Amazon, and Reliance Digital. You can pre-order the consoles from their online store. For now, the consoles will not be available on any offline stores.
Just so you know India is one of the 37 countries where these devices are being launched. Other than India, both the Xbox series will be available for pre-orders in the US, Canada, the UK, New Zealand, and Australia. It will also be available in certain parts of the Middle East, Europe, and Africa.
Price Of Xbox Series X And Xbox Series S In India
The Xbox series X will be available for Rs. 49,990, while the Xbox series S is priced at Rs. 34,990. The consoles are scheduled to be launched on 10th November. But the pre-orders for the same will start on 22nd September at 9 am IST.
Pre-orders in the UK, the US, and Australia
The Xbox Series S and Series X will be available for pre-order even outside India. For people living in the US can pre-order it live at 8 am PT / 11 am ET on 22nd September. The consoles will be available for pre-order on the Microsoft Store, Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Target, and other online retailers.
Pre-orders in Canada will go live at 8 am PT / 11 am ET on Amazon, Microsoft Store, Walmart, EB Games, and other online retailers.
In the UK, the pre-orders will start on Tuesday at 8 am BST on GAME, Microsoft Store, Amazon, Argos, Smyths Toys, Tesco, and other online retailers.
In Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, the pre-orders will go live at 9 am CEST on Amazon, Microsoft Store, GameStop, and other online retailers.
In Australia, the pre-orders will start on 22nd September at 8 am AEST on JB Hifi, Microsoft Store, EB Games, and other online retailers.
In New Zealand, the pre-orders will go live at 8 am NZST on JB HiFi, Microsoft Store, EB Games, and other online retailers.
In selected markets, both the Xbox consoles will be available under Xbox All Access which is a subscription program that provides consoles using the Xbox Game Pass membership.