Xbox One ‘Day One’ pre-orders available at GAME once more, stock limited

Thursday, 29th August 2013 10:58 GMT By Dave Cook

UK retailer GAME has secured new stock of the Xbox One ‘Day One’ edition, but they’re limited.

Eurogamer reports that GAME has secured more consoles after recently closing the book on Xbox One pre-orders.

Over on the GAME site, the retailer added that all customers who pre-ordered the standard edition since it closed orders will be upgraded to the Day One edition.

To re-iterate, the Xbox One ‘Day One’ edition includes:

• Xbox One console with 500GB Hard Drive
• Kinect Sensor
• Controller
• 4K Rated HDMI Cable
• Headset – See more at:

Don’t forget your free FIFA 14 download as well.

So if you want one you best get in quick folks!



  1. KAP

    What a joke..

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Tech-N9ne


    You really need to get life.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. mistermogul

    This is like a fucking circus and I agree with #1, it’s a joke.

    GAME/Gamestop etc seemingly run out of stock one day and get re-stocked the next. Each time they are able to grab more headlines from the gaming press and cause total confusion among customers which in turn gets them more business due to fear of losing out.

    I’m not against companies trying to make money but when it’s below-the-belt tactics like this it fucking irritates me! It’s market manipulation and if it happened with a financial trader they’d get locked up for it…

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Tech-N9ne


    And this is what bothers you? Who gives a sh*t what they do. Its pretty obvious from @1 and your comments on this site that you guys have no plan of getting this console yet, always first to post silly comments on any X1 post. Move along yea.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. mistermogul

    @4 – This has nothing to do with MS or the X1, it has everything to do with retailers so don’t get defensive over your console manufacturer of choice.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. viralshag

    @3, I can’t be certain but it wouldn’t be too farfetched for the retailers to be told there’s more units available from MS on a week to week basis.

    At this stage it will most likely be down to manufacturing enough consoles and having them ready. They’re going to want to fulfil as many pre-orders as possible so they’ll be pushing them out the door as and when they can.

    #6 1 year ago

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