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Xbox One now available for pre-order on Amazon (update: GameStop, Walmart pre-orders open)

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Microsoft's Xbox One console is now available for pre-order on retail website Amazon.

The listing states the console will be available on Nov. 30.

Earlier today during its E3 press conference, the company announced the Xbox One would launch this November in 21 markets worldwide. The console will cost $499.99 in North America, £429 in the U.K. and €499 in Europe.

Read Polygon's coverage of the event in our dedicated StoryStream here.

Update: GameStop and WalMart are now taking pre-orders for the Xbox One as well. At GameStop, pre-orders can be completed online or at retail and require a $100 deposit. Forza Motorsport 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, Ryse: Son of Rome and Dead Rising 3 are also now available for pre-order.

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