(Pocket-lint) - The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S have been out for a little while now, but stock is still extremely scarce, though stock seems to be freeing up slightly.

There was also a restock of the Xbox Series X at Currys PC World last week in the UK and at Best Buy in the US, so we are starting to see stock of that appear gradually as well. 

Xbox Series X has outsold the Series S by 2 to 1 so far and is our pick of the two consoles if you're looking to buy. For a full comparison check out: Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S: What's the difference?

The low supply includes consoles available through an Xbox All Access monthly subscription. 

According to Microsoft, this year saw the "the largest launch in Xbox history" - given that a million Xboxes were sold in 2013 for the Xbox One launch, that means it has done some serious numbers. 

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How much do the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S cost?

The Xbox Series X costs $499/ £449, while the Xbox Series S is $299/ £249. You can also get it through Xbox All Access by paying a monthly fee for 24-months - that includes Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership at no extra cost. 

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Writing by Dan Grabham and Maggie Tillman.