The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are available now. But not everyone will get their first console on November 10th. In fact, Amazon is announcing a postponement for certain deliveries.
“We expect your console to ship in the coming weeks,” Amazon said in an email to some customers. The online trader says it will receive more shares in November and December. “We currently expect you to receive your Xbox Series X on or before December 31st,” the email said. Amazon says it is doing what is necessary to get the console to arrive as soon as possible.
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– Adam Taylor (@EposVox) November 9, 2020
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– Ryan RC Rea (@volvoshine) November 9, 2020
– Matt Paprocki (@Matt_Paprocki) November 9, 2020
Suffice it to say that the players who received this email for postponing delivery of the Xbox Series X have been disappointed. This is understandable, especially since Amazon warns them just hours before the console is released.
As a reminder, Amazon sent out an email in September, similar to those who pre-ordered a PS5. The dealer informed them that their console may not ship on release day.