GameStop will have "limited" supply of Xbox One, PS4 this weekend
Retailer confirms it will have small number of new consoles available to shoppers across the United States this weekend.
GameStop will have Xbox One and PlayStation 4 units in stock at its stores across the United States this weekend, the company announced today.
Supply is said to be "limited" and shoppers are encouraged to contact their local store or visit GameStop's website for availability details.
GameStop isn't the only retailer where you can grab a new console in time for the holidays. Amazon recently replenished its Xbox One supply, while Wal-Mart has received its largest PS4 shipment ever and will begin selling consoles this Sunday at 8 a.m. EDT.
The Xbox One and PS4 are locked in a dead heat for sales, with both consoles reaching 2 million units sold worldwide so far.
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