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UPDATE: GameStop is currently sold out of the Xbox One and PS4 Ghost Editions now. You still may be able to get one at an actual GameStop location, so call before making the trip. The Xbox 360 and PS3 Ghost Editions are still available.

Original Story: Bungie and Activision kicked off a Destiny pre-order frenzy yesterday thanks to the reveal of three Collector’s Edition bundles for the game for the PS4 and Xbox One. Within a few hours the Ghost Edition for the Xbox One was sold out on Amazon, so gamers who own that system were blocked from securing their very own Ghost room sensor full of quotes from Peter Dinklage. As of 10:30 AM EST on July 8th the Ghost Edition for the Xbox One is still sold out on Amazon’s site, but it appears that GameStop still has the highly coveted Collector’s Edition in stock. It should be noted that the PS4 and PS3 Ghost Editions are also sold out on Amazon, but the Xbox 360 version is still in stock.

I added it to a cart and was able to checkout without issue, and I confirmed the Ghost Edition’s existence for the Xbox One at GameStop by calling my local store to be extra sure. The sales rep said they are still available, but he mentioned that interested gamers should definitely jump on pre-ordering the bundle as soon as possible because supplies are limited. GameStop is unfortunately sold out of the PS4 Ghost Edition, but it appears both the PS3 and 360 bundles are still available.

With the most expensive Destiny bundle being sold out at two retailers for the PS4 it appears that gamers are voting early for which system they want the game for, so Sony’s exclusive content deal, even if timed, is definitely paying off. Destiny will run at 1080p and 30fps on both the PS4 and Xbox One, so the clear deciding factor outside of budget is the content. Which console are you getting it for and why? Let us know by leaving a comment down below.

 

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