Xbox One X was announced today at Microsoft’s E3 2017 Press Conference. It was revealed that the console would cost $499 and would be available on November 7th, 2017. Right now it’s unclear if the Xbox One X is going to be hard to find when it launches, but to avoid shortages of the device you might consider pre-ordering the console.
Right now, Amazon.com has an official product page up for the Xbox One X. While you can’t pre-order it just yet, you can sign-up for an email that’ll let you know when it does become available.
Best Buy has a similar page up for the Xbox One X that you can register for when pre-orders go live.
Most retailers have yet to put up pre-order pages for the Xbox One X or allow you to register for details when pre-orders go live, but when they do we’ll update this page with the correct places that you can go to pre-order the console.
In recent years, pre-orders have been necessary for new console launches. With the Xbox One X launching so close to Black Friday and right smack dab in the middle of holiday shopping season it could be a hard item to come by.
- This article was updated on:September 19th, 2017