To see if you should receive the option to save the Xbox Series X or Series S via the new Microsoft Consumer Consumer Consolidation program, answer the following three questions:
Do you have an Xbox One?
Are you an Xbox Insider?
Do you feel lucky?
If you answered yes to all three, then you are in. However, this does not mean that you are guaranteed to reserve an Xbox Series X or Series S – but you will be able to sign up for one-on-one subscription.
Today we bring the Purchase Pilot Console, licensed to the US #XboxInsiders on Xbox One to register for access to the Xbox Series X | S console. Check out the Xbox Insider Hub on Xbox One for more information. Few places are available and not all registrants will be selected. pic.twitter.com/MBkQmbSDWc
– Xbox Insider (@xboxinsider) May 11, 2021
The program seems to be trying to cope with the retail market for other types of equipment, which has been heard in the middle lack of chips driven by the global epidemic of COVID-19. This has reduced the release of Microsoft Xbox Series X and Series S, and Sony’s PlayStation 5, both of which about six months ago.
The Console Purchase Pilot software is reserved for US Xbox Insider customers on Xbox One, and is not redeemed via old consoles, PCs or mobile phones. Xbox is directing interested players to the Xbox Insider Hub on Xbox One to subscribe to – unsecured storage – information.
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