Pre-order availability for Xbox One continues to be mixed

July 16, 2013 by Staff - 3 Comments


Finding a Day One edition Xbox One console is becoming harder and harder with Gamestop the latest retailer to flick the “unavailable switch”. Having re-opened pre-orders just last weekend, the games retailer is now back out of stock and even the Day One game bundles (which were previously a good bet) are unavailable.

As for other retailers, Amazon has not let you pre-order the Day One edition for a while now (although the standard edition is still available). The good news is that Best Buy pre-orders for the Xbox One are back (having been MIA/up & down for the last few days). Walmart is also an option and is still taking pre-orders. You can also order directly from Microsoft themselves via the Microsoft Store (an option that, for some reason, doesn’t seem to get much coverage to be honest).

Have you pre-ordered your Xbox One and if so, where? If not, are you beginning to worry about getting a console come launch in November?

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3 responses to “Pre-order availability for Xbox One continues to be mixed”

  1. MasterChiefinTraining says:

    No pre-order for me yet, still undecided on which console to get. Have an Xbox 360 and do like some feaures of the Xbox One. TBH worried about all the RAM I heard is held back for the operating system and not games? I don’t want something way less powerful than the PS4.

    • StuartMiner says:

      Forget all that power stuff. It’s just Sony PR dominating MS PR, which is a shame. I like my Xbox 360 and am sure that MS will deliver with the Xbox One. Pre-ordered at Gamestop here.

  2. IamSAM says:

    Locked and loaded here with a Day One from Amazon.

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