Xbox One out 29 November Toys 'R' Us hints, ahead of PS4
The major toy retailer has listed Microsoft's system as arriving towards the end of November.
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Though they're extremely precise, you'd be wise to take these dates with a pinch of salt, as Microsoft and Sony are yet to offer precise release dates for either console -- and its not uncommon for new gaming hardware to be hit by unexpected delays or supply shortages.
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If the PlayStation 4 does end up being released later than the Xbox One, it's not likely to be a fatal blow to Sony's console. These systems will likely be knocking around for about seven years, which gives either machine plenty of time to overtake the other.