Xbox Series X | S Pre-Order Opening Times Revealed
The end of the long road has finally appeared on the horizon for the Xbox Series X and the Series S. Ahead of both console’s November 10 release date, official pre-order opening times in the UK have been revealed, with extrapolation also potentially confirming the opening pre-order times in the US.
The info comes by way of the folks over at IGN, which reported that Xbox’s UK marketing lead Samuel Bateman posted the official opening pre-order times for the UK on Twitter. According to Bateman, pre-order times for the Xbox Series X | S open on September 22nd at 8am for various UK retailers including Amazon, Microsoft Store, and others.
Pre-orders for Xbox Series X | S go live on the 22nd September at 8AM from the following UK retailers:
🍛Currys PC World
👪John Lewis & Partners
💜Very .co.uk pic.twitter.com/W0zf1bSVda
— Samuel Bateman (@samuelofc) September 15, 2020
It should be noted that 8am UK time translates to midnight, September 22nd in Pacific time. Given that the Xbox headquarters just so happen to be located in the Pacific time zone, there’s every likelihood that we’re looking at a simultaneous release time for both the UK and the US. There’s certainly a chance the US will receive a different opening pre-order time, though there wouldn’t be much point in doing so.
Last week, the Xbox Series S was revealed with a price point of $299, while the Xbox Series X will cost $499. Both consoles are slated to release on November 10, 2020.
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