In September, Microsoft officially announced the Xbox series SX, the next generation game console, for $299 and $499. The two game consoles were originally scheduled to go on sale globally on November 10, but subscribers in Australia today received an email from Microsoft saying that they would be available as early as October 27.
However, the Xbox ANZ account subsequently posted an apology tweet, saying that the error email was sent to users due to a system error, and that Xbox series s and Xbox series X will still ship on November 10.
Australia and New Zealand were the first two countries to open up pre-orders, and many of the local large game stores sold out in a few minutes, making many players frantically looking for other places to next-generation Xbox game consoles.
In most cases, Amazon, as the main retailer, seems to be the first to sell out, and other large electronic chains are quick to follow. As expected, Xbox consoles on microsoft's store's official website have the most inventory and have proven to be a reliable option, with more people hoping to lock in pre-orders on launch days. With the progress of the day and the opening of more advance purchases around the world, we are likely to see similar situations in different regions.