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Day One Xbox One stock still available through Asda

With just days to go until the Xbox One release date, supermarket chain Asda has revealed it still has Day One Xbox One stock available for order.

Update: Asda’s Day One stock is now once again showing as out of stock

While a number of retailers have already sold out of pre-Christmas Xbox One stock, suggesting new orders of the PS4 rival will now not ship until after the festive period, Asda has shaken things up guaranteeing the console in time for this Friday’s November 22 launch.

Although offering a range of console bundles, only certain configurations are still available for day one delivery, with a Day One Xbox One console with FIFA 14 still available to purchase.

Guaranteed Day 1 Stock,” the company’s product listing states alongside the FIFA bundled console.

Setting wannabe owners back £429, Asda has issued a number of stipulations alongside its Day One Xbox One availability stating: “One Console per Customer. Asda reserves the right to cancel multiple orders.”

Although stock is currently listed for order, the console is expected to sell out fast so act quickly if you want the next-gen console in time for launch.

Over the weekend, Asda released a final wave of Day One PS4 stock with the Sony branded console selling out in double quick fashion.

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