Best Buy is no longer accepting online pre-orders for the Xbox One as it has run out of its allocated pre-order stock.
The product page for the Xbox One on the Best Buy website currently states the console is “Sold Out Online” and customers are unable to place an order for the upcoming Microsoft console. Users can however, sign up to text alerts to be notified when or if the console becomes available again.
Best Buy has yet to comment on the pre-order availability so we are unsure if Xbox One pre-orders will reopen, however the console is still available to pre-order from many different retailers both online and in store.
Earlier in the week we reported that the PS4 had sold out at GameStop, although they are still taking pre-orders for the Xbox One. Both consoles selling out at big US retailers suggests that come launch day the supplies will not meet the demand and many gamers may be left disappointed.
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