Slash Gear has revealed some details regarding the stock availability on the PS4 and Xbox One after the recent holiday season in the United States. According to a report from Dec. 30, the website disclosed that the two next-generation systems are becoming more available at retailers following the Christmas rush.
Slash Gear disclosed that both the PS4 and Xbox One were in stock at major brick and mortar stores throughout multiple United States regions in the days after the holiday season. The latter was also available at multiple shopping websites. However, it appears that Sony Computer Entertainment may be having a harder time trying to keep the PS4 in stock.
Microsoft and Sony Computer Entertainment appear to have ramped up the production of the respective next-generation systems for the holiday season. Some of the restock shipments may not have arrived in time for Christmas, which could have explained why the new consoles are easier to find currently than before.
The PS4 was made available in the United States on Nov. 15 while the Xbox One launched in the same region a week later on Nov. 22. Both next-generation systems sold more than a million units worldwide within the first 24 hours of launch. However, the PS4 managed to outsell the Xbox One during the launch month in the United States, according to a report from the NPD sales tracker.
You can find some images of the two products in the slideshow gallery to the left of this article.