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Amazon warns you might not get your preordered Xbox Series X on launch day – CNET


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The Xbox Series X launches Nov. 10 for $five hundred.


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Amazon has despatched email messages to folks who’ve preordered its forthcomingXbox Collection X, warning consumers on Friday that the gaming console might not arrive by start working day. The$five hundred console will ship on Nov. 10alongside thereduce-priced $300 Xbox Collection S

“We are speaking to you about your get of Xbox Collection X to permit you know in advance that you might not acquire this item on the working day it is introduced due to superior demand,” Microsoft’s electronic mail reported. “We are earning each and every effort and hard work with the provider to procure additional inventory. We will offer additional updates as soon as additional information becomes available.”

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Preorders of the Xbox Collection X are already marketed out. Sony’s newPlayStation 5 is also launching in November— thePS5is priced from $400 for a launch date of Nov. 12.

Editors’ observe: The title and material of this article was corrected to reflect that it was Amazon, not Microsoft which sent the warning email about Xbox preorders. 


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