Jan 23 2014, 1:16pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
It may already be too late, but GameStop announced yesterday that its US retail locations had received a big shipment of PS4 consoles. GameStop says that it has been working with Sony to get more of the consoles in its stores around the country since Christmas.
Supply of the Xbox One has reportedly been improving at locations around the world recently, while the PS4 remains scare in many areas. GameStop didn’t say exactly how many of the consoles it had received, but did get some.
“As expected, we experienced tremendous customer demand for the new PS4 console during the initial launch and throughout the holiday season, selling out of the consoles just as quickly as we could stock them,” said Darron Nielsen, Senior Merchant for GameStop. “We have been working closely with Sony to replenish our inventory levels of the PS4 as quickly as possible to ensure the many customers still looking to purchase one are able to do so.”
Source: Develop Magazine
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