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Walmart JUST restocked the PS5 and Xbox Series X – hurry, hurry, hurry!

Walmart finally restocked next-gen gaming consoles. If you’ve been patiently waiting for a new Xbox X/S or PlayStation 5, now is your time to strike. These consoles have been notoriously difficult to snag since their releases nearly a year ago. So why are you still reading? Go get one!

PlayStation 5

PlayStation 5 Digital Edition

Xbox Series X

PlayStation 5 – $399 to $499

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Both the digital edition and the disc-drive edition of the PlayStation 5 have been notoriously difficult to obtain. The pre-order system was a mess, then every retailer on the planet sold out, then the console started showing up on Ebay at ridiculously high prices. But now that it’s officially in stock at Walmart, you can get it for its retail price. The traditional disc drive version of the console is $499, while the digital edition, which can only play downloaded games, is $399. Remember when the PS3 launched at $599? It may be hard to get your hands on a PS5, but at least the price is reasonable.

PlayStation 5

PlayStation 5 Digital Edition

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S – $299 to $500

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The new line of Xbox consoles has been a bit easier to grab than a PlayStation, but getting one still feels like winning the lottery. Whether you’ve been looking for the beefy Xbox Series X or its slimmed down little brother, the Xbox Series S, now is your chance. The X is your traditional next-gen console. It’s got all the muscle you need: 120 frames per second, HDR, and 12 teraflops of processing power. If you want an immersive, cutting-edge gaming, go for the X. The S, on the other hand, is cheaper and more in line with the Xbox One or PS4. They’ll both play Halo Infinite, and that’s the most important part.

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