Amazon Delaying Xbox Series X Orders

According to reports, Amazon is delaying Xbox Series X, and to be honest, it’s not even funny.

People who made an Xbox Series X pre-order via Amazon, are getting an “Xbox Series X delay” email, so we strongly advise you to check your mail.

Here is what the email says, according to GameLeaksRumors:


We’re contacting you with an update regarding your order of Xbox Series X. We expect to ship your console in the coming
weeks as we receive more inventory in November and December.

At this time, we anticipate that you will receive your Xbox Series X by 12/31 or before. We are making every effort to get it to you as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience.

You will receive an email notification when your order has shipped. If you would no longer like to receive this product, you can cancel from Your Orders page.

We’re still investigating the case, so stay tuned.

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  1. I’m pissed if we pre order right we should have a system set aside for that person. Now that they delay what’s the point of pre order if we all have ti wait till December 31st. What’s the point in all.of this. I was expecting to get it the week of the release but now I’m angry. I was looking forward to this xbox and now I dont get it for another 2 months.

    1. agreed. They damn well knew on 9/22/20 how many orders they could fill. Total BS that they didn’t notify us well in advance so we could have ordered elsewhere. I think it’s fraud and well worth a class-action lawsuit.

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