Obviously, many of you would want to purchase your next generation console during the holiday season so that when you go out looking for the games, you might catch some of the discounts.
Yet, many people might run out of luck as far as Microsoft’s console is concerned; GameStop Black Friday stock of Xbox One will be “very limited.”
The company has confirmed to Gamespot today that getting an Xbox One won’t be a walk in the park.
Although GameStop has also stated that there will be more Xbox One consoles available on stores across United States but it doesn’t mean every walk in customer will be able to buy it.
Even if the supply is limited, there still is a chance for you to get an Xbox One, it has been advised that you should call the local stores and first ask about availability.
When the Xbox One released across 13 different territories, it managed to sell around 1 million units in the first 24 hours equaling PlayStation 4’s figures. The stocks for the console have been awaiting replenishment on various retailers but knowing how the shopping season is on full swing, you might have to put in a little more effort to get your hands on one.
GameStop also shared some of their Black Friday deals recently that include Battlefield 4 for $25, Just Dance for $15, an Xbox 360 bundle including Halo 4 and Tomb Raider for $199 and a PlayStation 3 bundled with Batman: Arkham Origins and The Last of Us for $199.
How many of you have been looking out for GameStop Black Friday 2013 deals this time?