Gamers looking to get their hands on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S received some much-needed good news on Tuesday, when GameStop and Newegg released their latest restock.

The console went on sale as part of different bundles at both retailers, but availability is expected to be very limited as Microsoft’s next-gen console has proved incredibly popular since launching in November.

Here’s a breakdown of the latest restock information from Target, Newegg, Walmart, Antonline, Amazon and other retailers.

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Amazon Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X and Series S are now sold out on Amazon after being available in limited numbers from selected sellers last week.

Both versions of the console are marked as “currently unavailable” on the Amazon website and the retailer said it still doesn’t know when or if the Xbox Series X and Series S will be back in stock.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Amazon.

Antonline Xbox Series X Restock

Xbox Series X and Series S remain unavailable at Antonline, as they have been since the restock that dropped at the end of January swiftly sold out.

The retailer has previously said on its Twitter account that it will make a limited number of next-gen consoles available every week, so gamers should monitor Antonline’s social media channels.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Antonline.

Best Buy Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles remain sold out at Best Buy and the retailer hasn’t yet indicated when the next restock may be.

As with other retailers, gamers wanting to keep track of restocks should follow Twitter users such as @Wario64 and @GYXdeals.

Check Xbox Series X Restock at Best Buy.

GameStop Xbox Series X Restock

GameStop released its latest restock on Tuesday, making the Xbox Series S available in two different bundles.

The one priced at $424 included the console, an extra controller, three months of Xbox GamePass Ultimate, and a $20 GameStop gift card,