Xbox Series X Launches, Some Amazon Preorders Delayed Until December
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Amazon is supposed to be getting more inventory from Microsoft later this year to fulfill the orders for the more powerful Xbox console, and they may be able to deliver some pre-orders before the December 31st date. This was not unexpected as most online retailers sent out emails similar to this in September and October, warning that the massive number of pre-orders could cause some backlog in shipments. Amazon specifically sent out warnings for both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X pre-orders in September, each warning of this exact scenario. The real question then becomes; how can you still get an Xbox Series X on launch day? Most retailers aren’t allowing for an in-person pickup, meaning you can’t barnstorm your favorite store and demand the latest console. But if you want a hope of a prayer to pick one up, Target and Walmart are allowing online orders, but no in-person store pickups for coming in off the street. If physical pick up is the thing you are looking for, Gamestop announced that they will have a limited stock that you are possibly able to pick up in the store.
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