Another Friday, another next-gen console launch.

Like the PS4 last week, the Xbox One is seeing its fair share of birthday blues, including scratched consoles, grinding noises and, as one TechRadar reader reported, faulty controllers.

Still, the console looks on track to have a robust launch, and supplies already vanished online from retailers like Amazon and Toys R Us.

There is still one place you stand a better chance than any of finding a Day One Edition Xbox One. Read on, and let us know if you have any tips on where to get the console in the comments section below.

Xbox One found

Its seems gamers best bet to snagging the Xbox One online is through the Microsoft Store.

While the standalone console is sold out, a console bundle with two games (Forza Motorsport 5 is out of stock), a 12-month Xbox Live Gold Membership and Microsoft Complete for Xbox One is still available for the $50-off price of $699.95.

Free ground shipping is available, but if you want your console ASAP $10 will get it to you in two days and $17 will land it in your living room in one.

Of course, you can always call or walk into your local Best Buy/Target/Walmart/whatever to see if they have a box ferreted in the back somewhere, or simply have received more stock, but ordering straight from Microsoft looks like a sure thing. While supplies last, that is.

Via Gamespot