White Xbox Ones Selling Out, Microsoft Not Likely To Replenish Stock

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If you're in the market for a white Xbox One, available through the $350 Sunset Overdrive bundle, you may want to buy the first one you see. That's Xbox boss Phil Spencer's message to fans, as he notes that Microsoft is not likely to replenish stock for the holiday shopping season.

The Sunset Overdrive bundle was announced during Gamescom in August, and was originally priced at $400, though it dropped to $350 recently as part of Microsoft's wider Xbox One price cut. The bundle comes with a white system, matching white controller, and a copy of Sunset Overdrive.

White Xbox One systems were previously only available to Microsoft employees.

The Xbox One Sunset Overdrive bundle is proving hard to find, as it's listed as "sold out" on Microsoft's website. It's also unavailable at retailers like GameStop and Best Buy. Amazon is selling them, though it's doing so through third-party sellers, not Microsoft.

Microsoft has not announced plans to sell white Xbox One systems outside of the Sunset Overdrive bundle. On the subject of white Xbox One controllers, Microsoft says it has no plans to offer these for purchase outside of the Sunset Overdrive bundle.

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