Microsoft’s gaming console is back again for pre-orders, for those who were unable to secure an Xbox One for launch now got yet another shot, thanks to the GameStop’s decision to reopen its pre-order. Microsoft Xbox One is the new set of console which the company claims that all players will be able to pre-order this new bacth of Xbox One can pick up their machine at its November 22nd launch date.
Currently, suppliers run dry, GameSpot will reserve an Xbox One for anyone willing to place a $100 downpayment, and we have no idea about how many One consoles are available for pre-order, nor information on when it will close the stock is to being depleted…!
The official announcement was made by GameStop earlier today through its press release which explained that Microsoft’s Xbox One preorders have now been re-opened )re-initiated) on both their websites and in retail stores all over the US.
“For a limited time only, pre-orders for the Xbox One standard edition can be made at any U.S. GameStop store location or online with a $100 deposit that will be applied toward the $499 cost of the console.* All customers reserving now can pick up the console on the launch date”
Make it fast if you’re one of those interested ones to learn that GameStop has came back with new stock f Xbox One. Pre-order now, before the stocks last!
GameStop is also allowing gamers to pre-order Microsoft Xbox One games such as Ryse: Son of Rome and Forza Motorsport 5 – published by Microsoft Studios, as well as Capcom’s Dead Rising 3. Next generation Xbox One is powered by a AMD Jaguar 8 customized core processor, which is equipped with a graphics chip that is tailored for Direct X11 graphics, launches with 32GB of high-bandwidth embedded ESRAM supported by 8GB of RAM.
Availability of the Mixrosoft Xbox One console will be available from November 22 onwards. Pricing at $499 in the US, £429.99 in the UK and 499.99 Euros throughout Europe and $599.99 AU in Australia. Xbox One pre-order are opened now!
Note: Limit one console pre-order per household. Quantities are limited, so customers must secure their console today. Head over to GameStop and pre-order One right now!