If you are still on the hunt for Microsoft’s latest gaming console, the Xbox One, and you live in the United States, then you might want to check out GameStop this weekend. It is being reported that the brick and mortar retailer will have the consoles in (along with Sony’s PS4) starting today and continuing into the weekend.
Remember, all stores will have a limited number of consoles in stock, so if you plan on grabbing a next generation entertainment system – do so now. There is no telling how fast stock will sell out, but you can be rest assured that GameStop will most likely be cleared out of Xbox One consoles by Sunday.
If you aren’t near a local GameStop, Amazon US is currently showing stock for the Xbox One on their website. To visit Amazon.com you can click here and to find a local GameSpot store near you, click here.
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
PS5 games prices are higher than Xbox — but is that a good thing?
Sony's PlayStation 5 reveal came with some big caveats, and one of the most overlooked ones is the fact that games will be more expensive, seemingly across the board. Should Microsoft and Xbox jump on that train as well?
Review: Gigabyte's Z490 AORUS ULTRA is a gorgeous Intel motherboard
Gigabyte's Z490 AORUS ULTRA is a motherboard you should consider for a 10th or 11th Gen Intel-powered PC. On paper, it has plenty going for it, including amazing power design and cooling, passively cooled M.2 slots and good overclocking support.
You can get the Windows 10 October 2020 update early – here's how
In this guide, we'll show you the steps to upgrade your computer to the final release of the Windows 10 October 2020 Update before it's officially available to everyone.
If you want FreeSync for your Xbox One games, you have few options
Keep your Xbox One games looking smoother than ever with these FreeSync monitors.