GameStop has posted an update in regards to the stock situation of the PS4 and Xbox One. According to a report from Technology Tell on Dec. 20, the retailer will apparently be selling the two next-generation systems with the “Joy to the Players” sale.
GameStop is currently selling the Xbox One online and through brick and mortar stores. The shopping website has the standalone system along with several online-only bundles that include an extra controller and games.
The PS4 appears to be harder to find, however. Although the retail chain advertised that Sony’s new console will be available, the product does not seem to be in stock, according to Technology Tell. Customers should call their local GameStop retailers to check in on the availability of both consoles.
Microsoft is rumored to be shipping more consoles in the United States as opposed to Sony Computer Entertainment. The Xbox One was released in a limited amount of countries while the PS4 came out in dozens of regions.
Microsoft reported that their next-generation system managed to sell one million units on the first day of release. Sony Computer Entertainment also confirmed that the PS4 achieved the same milestone, adding that more than 2.1 million units have been sold so far as of Dec. 1.
The Xbox One costs $499.99, $100 more than the PS4. You can find images of both consoles in the slideshow to the left of this article.