Global  

Xbox Series X and S preorders are basically sold out — for now

The Verge Tuesday, 22 September 2020
Xbox Series X and S preorders are basically sold out — for nowPhoto by Tom Warren / The Verge

The initial wave of preorders for the Xbox Series X and S have sold out at all major retailers. Of course, there’s still a chance that you’ll find one in stock if you click through one of the many links on our preorder guide, but this morning’s rush of orders seems to have scooped most of the consoles up.

Though, if you were trying to order a console earlier today, there was a decent chance that you were actually able to get that done. So Microsoft’s plan for giving retailers and people plenty of time to prepare for preorders to start seems to have worked, at least up against last week’s surprisingly disastrous Sony PS5 preorder process, which kicked off more like a Supreme drop than a launch from an established tech company.

M...
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: Wochit Tech - Published
News video: Xbox Series X And X Preorders Available

Xbox Series X And X Preorders Available 00:27

Xbox Series X And X Preorders Available

You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Xbox Series X and Series S Xbox Series X and Series S Microsoft's fourth line of home video game consoles

First Xbox Series X update rolling out with more dynamic backgrounds and UI changes

New Xbox Series X dynamic backgrounds. | Image: Microsoft

Microsoft is starting to roll out the November update for the Xbox Series X, Series S, and..

The Verge

The best Black Friday tech deals happening at Walmart

Like some of its competitors, Walmart has started offering a ton of discounts on tech products in the weeks leading up to Black Friday. Fortunately, Walmart has..
The Verge

These are the best Black Friday TV deals

With a pair of next-gen video game consoles now on the market, it’s a very good time to be shopping for a new 4K TV that can best showcase their capabilities...
The Verge
Microsoft, Apple working on Xbox Series X controller support for iPhones and iPads [Video]

Microsoft, Apple working on Xbox Series X controller support for iPhones and iPads

Tech companies Microsoft and Apple are working together to make the Xbox Series X and Series S controllers work on iPhones and iPads. According to The Verge, Currently, the new controllers are not officially supported in iOS or iPadOS, but Apple said, "Microsoft and Apple are working together to bring compatibility for the Xbox Series X controller to customers in a future update." As per The Verge, it is unclear as to how long it will take Apple to certify the new Series X controllers, but there are signs that DualSense support might come soon. Apple Insider reported recently that iOS 14.3, which is currently in beta, "appears to include behind-the-scenes support" for the PS5's DualSense controller.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:43Published
Apple TV Is Coming to Xbox Consoles [Video]

Apple TV Is Coming to Xbox Consoles

According to The Verge, the Apple TV app will be available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on November 10th.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO    Duration: 00:47Published

Microsoft Microsoft American technology company

How Microsoft crushed Slack

Illustration by Alex Castro / Th

Slack’s life as an underdog darling of Silicon Valley ended on November 2nd, 2016. That’s when the upstart..

The Verge

Microsoft’s best commercial features dogs frolicking in Halo, Minecraft, and Flight Simulator

Microsoft has had some memorable holiday commercials over the years, but this year’s is the best yet because it features dogs. They aren’t just regular dogs,..
The Verge

Microsoft buys eSports platform vendor Smash.gg

Microsoft has purchased eSports platform vendor Smash.gg and is planning on integrating it with its MSN eSports franchise. ......
WorldNews

Programming languages: Microsoft TypeScript leaps ahead of C#, PHP and C++ on GitHub

New figures show Microsoft's TypeScript has rapidly become an essential programming language for web developers. ......
WorldNews

Salesforce agrees to buy Slack for $27.7 billion

New York, Dec 1 (efe-epa).- American cloud software giant Salesforce.com Inc. said Tuesday it has agreed to buy workplace messaging app Slack Technologies Inc...
WorldNews

Related videos from verified sources

Microsoft buys Bethesda, preorders for Xbox Series X gone wrong, Among Us 2 cancelled - Weekly Gaming Roundup 25 Sep 2020 [Video]

Microsoft buys Bethesda, preorders for Xbox Series X gone wrong, Among Us 2 cancelled - Weekly Gaming Roundup 25 Sep 2020

This week, we talk about: - Microsoft purchasing Bethesda for $7.5 Billion dollars - People accidentally "preordered" the Xbox One X instead of the new Xbox Series X - Among Us 2 being cancelled - Bots..

Credit: YTV SG     Duration: 06:47Published
Microsoft to launch Xbox Series X on November 10 [Video]

Microsoft to launch Xbox Series X on November 10

Microsoft is all set to launch the Xbox Series X console which will be released on November 10 this year. According to The Verge, the console will be available for a price of USD 499, and its preorders..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:10Published