There's no official word yet on the release date of the next-generation of gaming console, but it may be the case that a retailer has inadvertantly leaked this information ahead of time.
We're taking this with something of a pinch of salt as eagle-eyed followers will notice we've been here before. Last month, Amazon.com appeared to have outed the Xbox One's release date as November 27th.
It wasn't long after that that Microsoft issued a statement saying that the date in question was simply a placeholder and that none of Microsoft's retail partners had been informed a specific release date.
Still, there is the possibility that a retailer's mistake has made information free and available so we've reached out to both Sony and Microsoft and will keep you abreast of any updates in this story.
In the meantime it's worth noting that Toys R Us are flogging the PS4 for £339.99 and the Xbox One for £419.99, which gamers will not is a saving of a whopping 1p on the console prices that were announced at E3 earlier this year.